I've really loved working on this text. Indeed, I'm rather tempted to go on and do an edition of the whole rest of the manuscript - in the long run, that would be a useful service too. Indeed, when I was talking to a Toronto professor about this project at Leeds, her first question was whether or not I was working on the volume and its companions in their entirety. We'll see how the smaller project turns out before I tackle the larger.
In less happy news, my laptop isn't work UKP 650 for repairs. It needs a new logic board fitted. That amount goes a long ways towards buying a new laptop, after all. I've already paid a small fortune for repairs to it when it was thirteen months old - one past its native warranty. In the future - the very near future now - I will buy an extended warranty with a new laptop.
I got a dissertation and four years use out of it; not so bad really, if not quite as long as I'd hoped. The machine still works, mostly, as long as I use it with external keyboard and mouse (i.e. don't touch it), and don't care if it freezes at least once every two or three hours, often more frequently. This means I can revert it to emulating MacOS9 and run all my old software on it, especially the older Ambrosia games.