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I asked the same sort of question here...

You may want to look at that thread for past opinions on OID. I am still contemplating a subscription, but since it is so expensive, I may donate a subscription to my library and read it there, as well as share it with those who have no current means to afford their own subscription. There may a charitable deduction to take there, but that isn't why I am doing it. I feel it is a terrific publication. They only put out a new issue when there is enough content to warrant a new issue, so you are certain to read worthwhile copy in each issue, and by the fact there is no true deadline, there isn't much "filler" to speak of. I am sure you already know this, but they do have the automatic credit card renewal program, that I believe is $295, and renews at that same rate until you cancel. As to the Portfolio Reports, I have no information to add and therefore, no opinion.

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