If you don't want to put iTunes on your PC, I don't blame you - I've just done it, and it's a bloated, greedy piece of spyware. If you don't want to pay for a download now and are content to wait for the DVD's, I don't blame you - I much prefer DVD's over downloads, especially ones with restrictive DRMs, and will probably wait for Enemy on DVD. But don't come on here with a self-righteous rant about how your grandparents paid ten bob in the Sixties so you and your descendants are entitled to see Web and Enemy for free and therefore it's okay for you to acquire it illegally - that's crap. The guy who found the missing episodes spent years tracking them down all around the world out of his own pocket. The BBC and partners have spent years (I think) in negotiations with him to get these stories back, and I don't know how much money changed hands for that to happen, but I know negotiations have not been easy, and I know that each episode had to be extensively and expensively restored, and that wasn't paid for by your ancestors. I believe that the finder of the episodes has a whole bunch more, but aside from Marco Polo (which I believe, despite official word to the contrary, will make a reappearance sometime next year perhaps), I think whether the Beeb stumps up the money to get any more back will probably depend on how these newly found episodes sell. So Classic Who fans get pretty touchy when someone starts boasting about illegally downloading them on the day they're released. Buy or don't buy, but you don't have a right to this stuff for free.