Hi Kellie, I will definitely do as you suggest. The 'core' content as described is there, so someone may find this book to be useful (although, content-wise, I'm finding it to be a serious snooze-fest :)) The scan itself is very good, so it does seem a shame to waste it. I thing I find suprising is that I would think not having the full print content of the book would jeapordize the copyright in some way. Thanks again for the suggestion. Lea Kellie Hartmann <hart0421@xxxxxxx> wrote: Hi Lea, Another thing that would be helpful with this book would be to explain in the long synopsis field about the missing endnotes/index. That way, a student who needs this book would know what they were getting, and might be able to make arrangements to get access to the missing material. I think we all agree about the importance of contents, reference material, and basically having access to as much as possible from the books we read, just as sighted readers do. But sometimes there are things that just won't scan decently, and we just have to do the best we possibly can and wait for technology to continue advancing. Hth, Kellie --------------------------------- Yahoo! Music Unlimited - Access over 1 million songs.Try it free.