I like Love Cachers' list at http://www.geocachin...46-a59654bc11c0 because it's statewide but breaks it down to areas by city code. I send them the new ones for our area as they publish, and Jay updates it within the hour usually. Met them when we came back through Abilene on our way home from our honeymoon trip. Super nice couple....
Yes I like their's as well but that list is huge. I was trying to narrow it down to our area and it is still near 100.
Pretty easy to manage via PQ downloaded into GSAK where I can see them all, sort, filter by distance, etc. Also, when I get ready to make a road trip for work I can easily see which challenges are in neighboring cities, ones along the route, etc. Anyway, it works well for me.
Some of us despise GSAK since you cant use it on the fly on any computer in the world like you can a list on gc.com
To me, GSAK is like any other tool...just that....a tool. There are times when it is extremely useful (like when quickly determining if I meet the requirements of a new challenge cache before dashing out the door for a hopeful FTF), and there are times when it doesn't help me (like when I'm out and about). However, being an efficiency nut, there are a ton of things for which I find it extremely useful, faster, and easier to use than GC.com, and there numerous things I can do with GSAK that GC.com can't do at all even after a couple dozen clicks and screen advances. As for being out in the field, I don't need GSAK at those times since I can pull PQ's right down into my phone app regardless of the contents of the PQ. Like all technology tools/resources, there are always pros and cons. I just use the best parts of them and use them when they are the better tool (for me) for the job.