Tell me about it.
I got Alex Wayman's Sravakabhumi
through inter-library loan and its bound with another essay from a journal so tight I can't xerox it or photocopy it, I may afraid I'll bust the book just trying to finish a sentence!. I would pay the money for a University bound version for his dissertation from http://dissexpress.umi.com/dxweb
who lists but doesn't have it.
It is an amazing source of so much, (especially the chapter itself), like a glorious lost city that's been forgotten and deserves the kind of study that requires training yourself to read it even in the translation... but I have to return it in 2 weeks.
How CAN this text be so unavailable?
If you get lucky and find the A study of the Madhyāntavibhāga-bhāsya-ṭikā Richard Stanley please tip me off.
And If you find an ownable source for the Sravakabhumi I will personally FedEx you a large pizza and a pitcher of beer.