Well, I have original hard copies of every edition printed (except 4e), so that's not the issue lol. It was more of a curiosity thing, to be honest. I am working on a project for an OSR clone, but I didn't want it to be a true clone of any one particular edition. Rather, I wanted to capture the TSR era D&D experience, or at least, the better elements of what each edition brought us. Simplicity of B/X (for things we mostly ignored in AD&D anyway or didn't like, such as weapon armor type modifiers, getting stuck in a rigid alignment system, etc), the flavor, feel, and aesthetic of 1e, and the rules improvements of 2e (THAC0, thief skill progressions, bard class, specialist wizards). It seems like that would be an obvious project that has been done already, and if so, I didn't really want to reinvent the wheel so to speak (even though that's kinda the point of a clone lol; ignore the contradiction)With the availability of the PDF. Why go for a clone when you can get the original?