Mine is 15.4GB. Using Archive.org, Usenet binary groups, and a few files from other SH4 radio mods, I have created what I *think* might be the ultimate radio mod. Unfortunately, it's too big to share. Even without the music, which is duplicated in several folders, it's still over 11GB. Part of the reason is the sheer number of files, but mostly because I'm using higher bitrate files. I don't really want to lower them because it's already hard enough trying to hear them now. Lowering the quality would just make it worse.
While creating my stations, I found out something that ya'll may not be aware of. You can use decimal points in the radio frequencies. For most of my stations I created year subfolders. 1941, 1942, etc. I did this for the music. Hearing a song about Iwo Jima in 1942 just ain't right! Of course each year subfolder has its own Events subfolder too.
Originally I had a station for each year, pointing to its subfolder, and the frequencies one number apart. 1941 would be frequency 38, 1942 would be 39, and so on. But I had the idea to try using 38.41, 38.42, etc., and it worked! This makes thing even easier to keep track of, and helps with the overlap I'm trying to use with this system. The 1945 channel now isn't a bit lower when I'm on the 1941 station, because it isn't four whole frequencies away.
If anyone would like to know what channels and programs I have, just ask. I'm not going to put it here because no one may be interested, and besides this post is long enough already.