Hey physicsforums, I've been assembling as much Richard Feynman content as I can - because I have learned more from him about what it means to do physics than from any other source in my life. Right now, I have about 20GB of content - a combination of video, audio, and documents. These include interviews, the audio from his Caltech lectures, papers he published, etc. Much of it was difficult to find. I would be glad to share anything that I have - whether it's requested or you just want a recommendation. On the other hand - I am missing a few things that I would love to see, but haven't been able to find. (I don't have the money to do something like spend $150 on a single video cassette). I was hoping if I listed them here, someone might have one or something. I would be eternally grateful. Anyway, here goes: -Quantum Mechanical View of Reality (video) -Computers From The Inside Out: The Feynman Lectures on Heuristics (video, 2000) -Idiosyncratic Thinking Workshop (Video, 1985) -Tiny Machines (video, just the parts that are missing on youtube) -Bits & Pieces -from Richard Feynman's Life and Times (video, 1988) -Safecracker Suite (Audio) -Talk at Bell Labs on Computer Science (possibly?) -The Feynman Tapes (audio, recordings of his conversations that were put in his 2 story books) -Fun to Imagine in high quality (video) Thanks a bunch!