Well, after about six weeks of research, work, frustration, and finally, success, I've managed to get all of the Rather Good Guide DVDs' video converted over to high definition, downloadable MP4 files, found a new hosting service for them (gumroad.com), and created a new web site (thank you Sandvox). At last! No more DVD chapters, NTSC/PAL video standards, and customs duties! Just electrons -- and they can be downloaded from anywhere on the planet and played on Macs and PCs or any device that can play MP4 files. (The DVDs are still available though -- there are links on the web pages.) If you're interested in more information, watching a five minute video of each title, or even purchasing the downloadable high-def video files, click on the titles below: A Rather Good Guide® to Building a Cinestar 6 or 8. 3 hours 10 minutes, 22 files, 16GB.A Rather Good (Beginners') Guide® to MK Tool. You'll need this if you're running MK Electronics on your copter.2 hours 24 minutes, 8 files, 3.25GB.A Rather Good (Beginners') Guide® to MK_GPXTOOL and Google Earth. This gives you the skinny on analyzing MK flight logs (GPX files) and playing them back.1 hours 59 minutes, 4 files, 2.12GB.And, if you've got time to waste, there's also a blog on that site. You'll get a hint of my frustrations with Drupal, Joomla!, a glancing encounter with Carriage Returns, and perhaps a grin or two. Thanks Andy.