Searching censuses, then the 1892 NY Passenger List, we cracked a challenging Jewish-Russian German genealogy case recently. It gave the name of the Russian town of origin–Kovno! The magazine publisher client is elated.
We then crop, enlarge & annotate the specific ancestral family entry prior to embedding it into a report. The report is too graphically huge, even when zipped, so we then post it to Box.net. A proprietary link is given to view, download & share with other family members. This prevents the client from having to become the distribution arm for family history.