The problem for the EOCS (Electronic Organ Constructors Society) is that the membership is dominated by folk of my age (70+) who are probably the last generation who actually used a soldering iron and built complicated things for themselves. We used to add contacts to a keyboard, now you can buy a midi controller keyboard for £60 or so. We used to build electronics to generate the frequencies and tones, now everyone just downloads and uses someone else's software package with real samples and the result is infinitely better. It has never been easier for keen amateurs to put together a "Virtual Organ" that can fit into any home. The EOCS knows this, but it must reach out to music schools, promote the late Carlo Curly, the current Cameron Carpenter and maybe a lot of other less showy professionals. With the dwindling church membership, something must be done to make the young want to play organs.