If you're watching video on your computer monitor, 1/2 CD size usually gives enough video quality, but as more and more users turn to 32" or bigger flat screen TV sets hooked up to their computers, the low video quality of 360MB per 50 minute shows are getting more and more obvious.
This is the reason I nowadays go for full CD size (700MB) rips. Maybe the users here on The Piate Bay would care to see if more than twice the video quality is worth twice the download size?
Needless to say, I always include all subtitles where available. Here you have Nordic subs (see below),
For the benefit of the techies, I've also included the agk_log files so you can get a more detailed technical description of each episode, than the GSpot one listed below.
A side note: my internet connection is really lousy, so at best this beast will probably take two weeks to complete for the first happy customers, I hope you'll think it's worth it!
PLEASE REMEMBER: The more you seed while downloading the faster your download will complete! BitTorrent clients give higher priority to generous seeders. Throttle up and your speed will increase, it's as simple as that.
And since the IMDB function no longer works on TPB here's the link in plain text:
(typical GSpot output)
=== File Information ===
File Name: The Best Laid Schemes.avi
File Size: 732,682,240 bytes
=== Video Information ===
Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG-4
Frame Size: 592 x 448 (AR: 1.321)
Video Bitrate: 1897 kbps
Quality Factor: 0.286 bpp