Awesome because they finally sent a satellite over my hunting grounds and I can now see a lot of places to check out.
I use another program. GE is pretty limited in what it can use for data.
Right on...I rarely find myself wanting for more than what GE does for me. Get elevation profiles of paths you lined out, has pics on certain areas ready to be clicked on (though most are in the wrong spot , measure distance...heck even measure area, show park boundaries and what not. Can't really think of what else I am missing as I am generally blessed to not worry so much about where private property is at...though there are other avenues to attain that info as well.
Hey Luke, have you tried the USGS topo overlay for Alaska? It's quite useful to able to overlay topo on top of imagery and click back in forth between the two in one program. You can get it from the Mapped Alaska website. http://www.alaskamapped.org/data/google-earth-kml-files/ Also the "best data layer" for Alaska has better photos for few areas of Alaska, which can be handy.
...ruining many hunting areas