I hope I never see another red-blue map of the USA depicting how many square miles each presidential candidate won in the election. It's inevitable, though; I bet we'll see a thousand versions of it again after tomorrow, depicting the vast stretches of barren, unpopulated wasteland conquered by McCain. [To my Republican friends: Try to picture a smiley-face right here at this spot.]
Here's a better map, in case you want to download it. One square equals one electoral vote. Several of us gathering at my house will be keeping track of election-night progress by coloring in each state as it's called. I think I'll use yellow and green, instead of red and blue.
I assembled it in MS Excel, then turned it into a graphic file, based on a similar (interactive) map I saw at this page on the New York Times website. (Click the button that says "Electoral Votes" to switch views).