I'm a bit overwhelmed with the variety of generation charts. I've already run into a problem with a heritage book that I've given to a family member that had spaces to write down your ancestors in a tree at the front and the back, but there weren't enough spaces for one or two of the lines. This became awkward, as we had to scribble in the margins the other names that we knew and there wasn't enough room to put the BMD data. So... sort of a messy disappointment in the end.
I've been looking at purchasing some charts for gifts. There are 12 generation and 15 generation binder insert here: Folding Wall Chart (23" X 29"), but I'm not certain if that is the way to go... I've counted the lines and it looks like one of them is up to the 11th generation. That is as far as I've gotten. Should I get the 15 generation chart, just so that I don't run into the same problem as above?
I'm concerned that some of the charts are unwieldy. I am a visual person and would love to see my (what I think to be) proven ancestors in front of me at once, but I'm not sure how to do that.