I used to subscribe to MEN, started in early 1970's and even got a "lifetime" subscription. However, after financial trouble and reemerging, I continued to get the magazine until more financial trouble and another owner and another. Then, my "lifetime" subscription ended. I didn't mind. They had lost me when they started having articles about the 3500 sq ft "green" vacation home built by some movie performer on a CA beach.
I've subscribed to Backwoods Home Magazine for many years, still do, and love it. Real usable information from real people, not hollywood fakes.
Backwoodsman magazine is one I'm starting to read more and more often, too. May have to subscribe.
Didn't reply to the poll, because I don't subscribe or read it online, but I do OCCASIONALLY purchase a copy at the bookstore IF it has an article in which I am particularly interested (like the one on making biochar, and growing better tomatoes)