Sometimes, usually when she sees me handling huge stacks of reception report envelopes ready to be mailed, my wife asks: "you've heard a station that identified, what's worth to have a piece of paper saying you did it?". I answer her – and myself – that I do it because it matters to the people on the other side of the radio (host, authors, engineers, and so on). Sadly, the fact many important broadcasters (like BBC, or REE) did stop to answer listeners reports, seems to give some reasons to my wife. Luckily, sometimes the opposite happens. As many of you will probably know, since last January 5910 kHz doesn't carry anymore Marfil Estereo, but Alcaravan Radio, always from Colombia (tx in Lomalinda, to be precise). During the night, the signal is pretty good, and the channel in Europe is free from interference. So, I did a recording and fired it, along with the report, to the e-mail address I found for the station on the WRTH 2010. A couple days after, the nice e-qsl you can see above was in my mailbox. I did discover not only that at Alcaravan they do care a lot for their listeners, but also that their QSL manager, Mr. Rafael Rodrigues, is a DXer himself. You can find his radio blog ("DX desde Colombia") linked on the column on the left. Give it a visit. It's worth!