If this episode tells us nothing else, it does tell us what domestic printer quality was like in late 1999. This was printed at the highest setting on coated paper, and it still looks horrible. In those days, too, I was not conversant with creating things digitally, and I recall I created all the Xeroids pages at 150 dpi...I was loading them directly onto floppy disks, and physically running them round the the office, because it would have taken an hour to send them down the line in those dial-up days! I'm thinking a long way back now, but I think I eventually transferred all the digital art to a CD-ROM, which, one day, for no good reason, clammed up on me, and that's why I don't have any of the digital artwork now. Ah - don't you love hearing these little stories?