Looks like address quality in Oklahoma is going to continue to suffer, at least for a while. Some good news and bad news from the OKGIS community: First, the good news: Addresses are available under a license compatible with OSM. The bad news: $50 per county, and Oklahoma's got 77 counties, and only centroids. So, it's going to cost more than my truck did to be able to import a complete set of Oklahoma addresses. Damn!