Disclaimer: I do not feel I could necessarily do a better job than (some) of these bloggers, and my review is completely objective based on nearly 3 years of daily reading. This also does not include all of the Bloggers out there. Frugal Travel Guy: This guy is an old timer, who has been writing for a while (even has a book on Amazon), and he used to be the Gold standard, before he sold out. Now his blog is 80% ads, 10% self-promotion, and about 10% useful information. I still read it out of habit. Rating: 5 The Points Guy: The best writing style and visually pleasing blog in my opinion. Most of the blogs contain useful information, but they are usually tailored to "premium" travel. All of his trip reports, travels are basically done at Category 7 hotels, and in First/Business class. He should tailor some of of the posts/tips to younger folks who just want to maximize the amount of trips, rather than quality. He is on the verge of "selling-out" like the FTG (with his involvement with Chase), but fortunately has maintened objectivity. Rating: 8.5 Mile Value: He is quickly becoming my favorite blogger. He organizes his post very efficently, and provides a valuation to every opportunity (although I highly disagree with some of the valuations! BA miles at 1.7 cents?!). It's written by a young man, who basically shares award booking tips, and lots of travel-hacking. It's nice to see a blog that isn't just filled with hotel pictures from trips. He also has lots of "meet-ups". Highly underrated blogger. Rating: 8 View from the Wing: Gary has been writing his blog for over 10 years, I believe. His blog is without question one of the best. Although his posts sometimes ramble on, and have typos, he is usually amongst the first blogger to come out with new deals and information. Sometimes, I'll find myself reading another bloggers' work to better understand a particular post. This is somewhat ironic, because he also has a FT job, but still manages to beat others to the punch a lot of times. Rating: 8 One Mile at a Time: This blog is written by a young (24 years old) guy named Ben. Although many people like his blog, I don't share this enthusiasm. Like TPG, most of the information is tailored to solely premium travel, and full of trip reports (probably since he has no job, apart from blogging). His blog posts are generally filled with condensanding remarks, which he calls "first world problems". He will often post quasi-rants about a shower overflowing, or other annoyances, like a spoiled child. However, he does provide good information on his blog, and doesn't push cc referals as much as others. Rating: 6 Frequent Miler: This blog is truly amazing with all sorts of rapid point earning opportunities. Frequent miler does not really post trip reports, or award-booking tips, he focuses on his "Frequent miler laboratory" where he finds out ways to maximize points/miles. The first person to blog, teach, and utilize the ink/vanilla reload combo - yup Frequent Miler. I find some of the double-triple-quadruple dipping to be cumbersome, but as a pure source of new information, he can't be beat. Rating: 9 Mommy Points: Her blog is great for families, and people trying to maximize "bang for buck". Although I'm not her target audience, I still read her blog daily. An above-average blog. Rating: 7 Million Mile Secrets: Darius, the author of the blog, seems to be more infatuated with showing his new wife Emily to the world, then anything else on there. The site has dramatically increased ads, and recently many of his posts have essentially been a repost of someone else's, but the "dummie" edition. He is great at showing step-by-step what to do, but often too much. I find myself saying "duhhhh" alot when reading his stuff, but others find it useful. Rating: 7.5 What do you guys think?