Differing computer graphic cards and HD vs. Regular monitors can make a big difference here.

Also, there is a fine line between using extremely large files/pic sizes and making a document easily readable and downloadable. Professional HD quality would likely make the file almost undownload-able for many dial up users.

It looks fine on my screen, but I take your point. Something that NAFA could look into is making an HD or Hi-Res version option available for download. My state DWR does this with their regulation booklets, basically a quick downloadable version and an HD version. That being said, I'd rather see hard working NAFA volunteers time and resources go towards regulatory updates, habitat projects, etc.

Anywho, just my thoughts on it.