Well, I disagree about torrents sucking anything because you can pause the download, shut down the computer and resume at your convenience. You could make the files as big as you wanted.Every 4MB chunk is checksummed and verified by all peers so it's very reliable and, if we set up a couple of good seeds you'd get a good download speed (I'd be happy to set the torrent up on my machine upstairs.They'd never be able to 'take it down' from anywhere either.The newer torrent clients don't need any co-ordination servers (trackers) to work either. Their operation is totally peer-to-peer and self-sufficient. There's no central point/server/middleman for anyone to shut down or remove anything from.Our connection here isn't great but we get 100Mb/s and I give about 75 across to uploading torrents. I completely agree with you though about Fabulous Films. They're secretive, backbiting, threatening, inconsistent and incomprehensibly cras. Such is my experience.I suppose, having the entire series on Youtube probably would have hacked them off a bit but if there's no DVD in the USA ...I was interested to note that the websites of both Fabulous Films and Enoki Films USA are now both closed.Not entirely heartbroken that xbomber.co.uk/ outlived them both.I wonder, if they'd been more engaged with the fans, would they have fared better?SEGA in the UK has a relationship manager that interacts with the fans. My friend Phil in Leeds gets taken to days out, dinners, parties etc. for running a site about Sonic.All I got out of Enoki/Fab Films was some nasty emails telling me to take down my site and a phonecall telling me they were thinking of sueing me.
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