I'll take Missouri.
Mike Peluso and MCarroll have lists that don't jibe.
Kevin, would it be possible to create an online sign-up page?
Thoughts about format: Why don't we use the Simon & Schuster Mega-book as a model, with 15s, 17s, 19s. and 21s living happily together?
At some point, we have to decide if this is going to be a commercial venture or "for fun." The former might be best served by negotiating a deal with a major publisher before work gets started. The latter will require a modest participation fee per constructor to cover costs. In either case, getting a top notch editor on board is crucial.
Andy Gross on 1/8 laid out the practical considerations of the "for fun" approach. The task seems formidable, with little or no payoff for established constructors.
I suggest that we find a publisher who would be interested in this idea as a special project. That provides an editor, funding, and a built-in infrastructure. That frees us to do what we love most, creating puzzles.