A Bluray burner is $60 on Newegg. That’s pretty cheap nowadays. It’s not an unobtainable thing.
Good point, but why buy a Blu Ray burner just for these discs? Might as well just pay the $60 for the deluxe edition the greedy dude is selling and be done with it. Bandwith is terrible for many people too. Not to mention data caps and unreliable connections. Someone suggested going back and forth to a public library to download the files in parts, and that’s an option, but it’s not a practicle one. A good alternative to the mkv versions that I suggested earlier would be to download the full 50gig ISOs if bandwith and hard drive space isn’t an issue and run them off your PC through PowerDVD. If you have a good PC setup connected to your TV it’s just as good as having the physical Blu Rays.