I don't have them. Somebody else bought the documents online and started a blog which currently only has scans from those documents. Looking at some of the documents in the second post, it's interesting to see the lawsuit information Henson had before selling. Among some of the lawsuits included fan sites. I wonder what the big deal was, since many unofficial websites have stayed online over the years with no apparrent problems. One of those sites was an Electric Mayhem site. I think I know what that site (there's only one Electric Mayhem site I know of) was but don't remember the web address offhand. Too bad, that was a good website. It was interesting looking at the list of productions with "synchronized licensing rights", which I guess refers to cleared music rights. There's a note that basically says that they "only apply to exploitation on video formats, except VHS/DVD". I thought video rights apply to all video formats. Also interesting how most of the productions with cleared music have their status as "expired" or "unable to confirm". I wonder if that's why so much hasn't been released or rebroadcast since Disney got the Muppets, though it seems none of the productions where the clearance status was "not applicable" (which seems to refer to productions that only have original music) have been released since. Also interesting how with some of the video releases Henson had left the clearance documents with Buena Vista. Also interesting to see the music rights regarding the 1985 compilation videos to be "expired". I guess that explains why Gonzo Presents Muppet Weird Stuff has numbers that were later cut on DVD.