When I got home today, waiting for me in the mailbox (real - not cyber) was this incredible QSL card from Radio Pandora! Not only was the card itself fantastic, but also included in the envelope was a fact sheet detailing the station's history. I tuned in to Radio Pandora on 6266 kHz via the SDR at Twente.
When I submitted the report - on 25 October - I was surprised to get an email back asking for my real world address for an old school QSL card! Included in that email was a picture of Radio Pandora's transmitter! Less than a week later - probably a record of sorts for a transatlantic letter (at least for my post office) - the QSL card arrived!
Thanks Steve St. John