Well, it's been a few days now, and I'm curious as to how folks are doing with the torrents. I don't see them getting used a whole awful lot, but I think it's still early. For those of you who don't know about torrents, they're a type of peer-to-peer sharing software, so you're basically downloading the share directly from me, or, in a best case scenario, from several other people who've downloaded it before you. The more people share it, the less the load on any one person. All you have to do is download the share and leave the client running for a while, the software handles the rest. Some clients even stay open automatically in the background without you knowing it, so if you decide to try it, you need to pay attention to what you're doing. If you'd like to try the torrent, give utorrent a try. Just download it, install it, then click on one of the torrent links in a post. But read the instructions! There are lots of setting you can change, including how much bandwidth it uses, but you can screw things up pretty badly if you aren't careful. I don't want to get blamed if you share out the root of your C: drive with the world.