There are a wealth of resources... videos, texts, libraries, etc. that are available to us in our studies in physics. Even Physics Forums sections devoted to compiling lists of such resources! For the sake of pacing, discipline, and other reasons (guidance?), who else would be interested in studying (introductory-advanced, "constructionist", axiomatic?) Classical Mechanics, Electrodynamics, and/or Quantum Mechanics at the upper level undergrad and early graduate level? Essentially we will create a comprehensive syllabus modeled on the courses taught at some universities (MIT OCW, Stanford, IIT). Choose the appropriate sections from appropriate texts, etc. And follow it more or less independently with the entire group setting the pace. This may be well-suited for interested students at all levels, mathematicians, philosophers, enthusiasts, stay-at-homers, and whoever. I'm sure something like this is happening constantly in a variety of settings and for however long such forum sites as Physics Forums have existed. But I hope this will be an entirely new group for a fresh group of well-intentioned learners. If you are interested, or have favourable suggestions, please reply to this topic or recommend it to others.