Thanks, last time I checked a couple of years ago, I couldn't find (m)any user manuals at their site. I'll try again shortly. Update: I see that I did download some a few years back (some of which I think were removed later during a website restructuring). I forgot I had them, because I installed them separately from the libraries in order to protected against possible erasure during library updates. I'm used to looking for my manuals in my Kontakt library folders. I am out of date though, so will see if I can find user manuals for the newer libraries, which I did search for at the time but maybe it was too early as I usually do the pre-orders and rarely visit the website. It does look like the very newest libraries are installing documentation folders, so probably the woodwinds will as well. I should also check for updated user manuals for some of the older products. Part of the confusion was likely caused by the frequent restructuring of product ranges, so documents and the like might not have made it during some of the strange stitching we had to do to "transform" our older libraries into new versions that used different naming and organizational schemes. It looks like I had more manuals installed than I thought though. OK, now I see that I drew a false conclusion based on some cherry-picking of desperately needed manuals that STILL are not there. Combining that with frequent statements about video tutorials being better than user manuals (not for me they aren't), I probably falsely assumed that actual user manuals (such as for Ricotti Mallets, which I just checked again right now) remained a "work in progress", when actually a fair number of libraries have manuals and have kept them up to date.