Since changing MM entries is kind of a big deal, I directly went to this thread to ask you to provide a comprehensive list of the changes you have made. [\QUOTE]
This is the first time you've actually asked that. Not a bad idea, though. I'll do that.
Honestly, I'm confused. You don't want to complete the MM for reasons. But you say you can't be taken down by a C&D. So why not make your document a true one-stop destination, by faithfully reproducing all MM monsters with their powers as written, only changed the way you must have changed them in order to get away with it (I confess I haven't looked closely enough to understand what and how).
But anyway. Nothing to be done. It's your doc!
Just because you have a right to do something doesn't mean you should. Free speech comes to mind. There are a lot of things we can legally say but don't because it wouldn't be "the right thing to do." In fact, try to say them here, and ENWorld will replace them with smiley faces.
I also find in interesting that, in this and many other contexts throughout the years, everyone feels comfortable making demands for people to do a lot of work free of charge, but when they're provided the means to do the work themselves, they seem to ignore it. As I stated, I'll be posting an MS Word version of this doc. Why don't you pick up the mantle and complete the Monster Manual? Or at least why don't you revert my changes (once I make it clear what I changed)?
Or not. If this doc isn't of value to you, that's fine. I can't please everyone. If you don't have time, I certainly understand. I appreciate criticism, though, as I want to make reasonable changes the public demands. However, my time is limited (something you don't seem to appreciate for some odd reason), and severely damaging the market for WotC's Monster Manual is not something I'm willing to do. Call me sentimental, but I appreciate what they've done in the industry.