This fills the gap other maps left so it does that well and arrived in good order, not sure how much I will use it, the part you want is always off the edge so I had to get it to fill the corner !, maps always laid out in the wrong sets ... it has better areas on it so increases the interest and I do not mind as I tend to buy to read places I had not thought of. The worst mistake I made was Snowdonia without plastic now after the giant rainstorms winds and much walking of 2008 I shall have to get a plastic one, maps wear out, I hate it!, as Hugh Grant says, but then he went up a mountain, so I get upset when the thing becomes pulp in your anorak and then breaks into dust at the folds. Anoraks are no longer waterproof. Who can make a rolled small package map that opens out to a sail on a mountain and drags you off a precipice, good prospects for inventors, or waterproof Pods that produce small parts on licence so you can scan across? I always back fold and use just the parts each side exposed, ruins them. Anyway thanks I shall keep this map away from the rains. We were taught to trace and copy small temporary need for treks but I usually just take the original. Keeps OS alive. Pembrokeshire Theory.