Personally I think AMRM needs to be congratulations on taking the bold step of the second (ie. first one was Motive Power) so called Australian rail fan based to offer its magazine online.
This I think will yield more readers (especially those with space contraints in their shed or cupboard to store existing and present AMRM's) as well as young enthusiasts.
Whilst there are some magazines out there reluctant to take this big step because of "lifting issues". This means there is a fear that someone might copy and paste an article and put in a word document change some words here and there and claim as if it is there writing etc.
AMRM's digital subscription price I think is reasonable and on top of that if you want the print issue still with it still works out quite reasonable.
Maybe some magazines that we get like Transit Australia, Newsrail, Railway Digest, Australian Railway History, Catchpoint, Sunshine Express just to name a few could become digital as well as print. Whilst initially it might be expensive to do in the long term it will yield more revenue and profits because there is less print copies printed which means costs can decrease and yes those with an I-Pad or Lap Top now can easily take it with you in your men's shed and actually read it while constructing that model they are showing what can be changed etc to make it more like the prototypical model.
Good luck AMRM you have gone where only one other rail fan based journal has gone and it shows that you have been innovative let alone responsive to your customers concerns over the years. Well done.