Thank you Boyd and Guy for your response. I'll never forget seeing the 95 aerials the first time way back in 99(?). I was using a 14K phone modem at that time. I was so delighted and amazed by them. I used to spend a lot of time there.
I have a number of other unfinished map projects and also started building a website to make them available. Unfortunately I had to put this on hold indefinitely to make time for other projects, and I can't promise any date when I might get back to it.
Hey Ben, NJGIN has 2015 imagery available now and it looks pretty nice if you want to add it to NJPB maps. It is very low contrast which may not look so good in a browser, but if you adjust the contrast (in a program like photoshop) the detail is very good. Looks like the clearest view of Brooksbrae that I have seen.
Ben, this is a bit trivial, but FWIW…. If you choose the 2007 imagery then your software only allows zooming in to level 17. That imagery is available through level 19, but even if I manually enter z=19 in the URL it reverts back to level 17.
If anyone cares, level 17 is 3 feet per pixel, level 18 is 1.5 feet per pixel and level 19 is 9 inches per pixel. The newer imagery is shot at 1 foot per pixel, so level 19 shows the full detail. The NJGIN website will also serve it at level 20 but then you are just over-zooming (I see that you have some layers in NJPB maps that allow zooming to level 20 however).