I've been using this database for over a year now. It's pretty darned neat and a very good utility.
You can be "original" with usage. For example I keep track of the hours expended to help determine when I need to charge the battery again (just started that after a couple of mishaps - great spots with no charge left)
This database helps you determine sweet spots by compiling finds, and the ones for "last resort". I've not found a way to run reports with it yet, but I've just messed around with that a little bit, and never was an Access guru, just a simple user.
Nice data base but if you don't access to access, you could try the little program that I have been using.
It's called I-Detect. just google it, you will find it.
A stand alone program that won't need microsoft office or openoffice to run.