Stray thought on a Sunday night. One of the most difficult places remaining in the Commonwealth, in legal research terms. is the West Indies. There are now more requests for assistance on law librarian listservs for assistance for materials from Caribbean jurisdictions than anywhere else – whether it be tax legislation from Jamaica or cases from Barbados. The region is not as well covered as most African or Pacific jurisdictions which, given its location on the North American doorstep, is inexplicable. And this is the case with respect to both free and paid services as far as I am aware. Time for a WindiesLII? Graham Greenleaf are you listening? Perhaps a topic for discussion at the forthcoming Law and the Internet conference in Vanuatu? Now there's a place I'd like to be as the weather turns cold and wet in Toronto. G'night.