We’re now up to eight different plans to rewrite the boundaries of Pennsylvania’s congressional districts. The state Supreme Court has received that many suggested maps as it tries to come up with its own.

The court is expected to release one today.

The Philadelphia Inquirer has come up with an interactive map that let’s you compare all eight to the present congressional district map. It tells you how, for each map, the districts voted for president, U.S. Senate, state attorney general, state auditor general and treasurer in the 2016 election.

The Inky’s map doesn’t tell you what district you live in so if you have trouble remembering who your congressman is, this won’t help.