Hey there Just an idea I got. If you for example want to download a Keynote, as expowiki.org is down, you can stream it, press Cmd+I, and copy the link to the .mov file. Now since I am no good at writing HTML, I would like someone to write a simple site in HTML with nothing but a link to a given file, and then anyone in possession of the file would be able to right click the link, and save the file as a .mov file on their HDD. For example, the link to the MWSF 2007 Keynote is: rtsp://a2047.v1411b.c1411.g.vq.akamaistream.net/5/2047/1411/2_h264_650/1a1a1ae454c430950065de4cbb2f94c226950 c7ae655b61a48a91475e243acda3dac194879adde0f/8848125_2_650.mov Perhaps you could include a short detailed guide as how to edit the link yourself, and thereby easily download tons of stuff. My brother for instance wants to download a .swf file, but everytime he goes into activity monitor in Safari, and doubleclicks the file, it just opens in a new window. He could instead copy the link to the file, insert it in the HTML file, which you wrote, and the download it. Yes?