Don’t get us wrong, the LFSlocator is a great idea which will likely become an indispensible tool for travelling aquarists throughout the U.S. but our cursory evaluation of the service for the Colorado region was less than stellar. A search for stores in the Denver area failed to display some of the newer, better stores but instead we were presented with many legacy shops which had long closed the doors, a bevy of service companies, some product distributors and even a used forklift wholesale business. Perhaps this service works better in more static business regions of the country but with the high number of stores coming and going in Colorado, we found the listings to be outdated. We would expect similar results for the Reefing capitals in Southern and Northern California. This database of LFS was clearly taken from some older directories of nearly all aquarium related businesses. Although the service is still young, we expect that with a little human aided editing the website could prove wildly popular. Our suggestion is to at least call businesses found in your area listings to make sure they still exist. Also read Ocean@Home’s review which found LFSlocator to be more accurate at least for their region.