As another old fashioned grumpy old guy type I'm slowly assembling my own paper printout version of lrcat files in MS Word format. The parts catalogue drawings are also a great resource when you want to know where parts are in relation to each other.
I'm untrusting as to the ability of t'net to be a safe repository of such data. Besides the lrcat one part at a time number retrieval system drives me nuts sometimes, especially when I'm not sure exactly which parts I need.
I use a Mac so its not stupidly difficult to transcribe. Just slow. My process is to pull the diagram over from Safari (the native browser) to TextEdit ( the standard text editing app, albeit well souped up) then copy and paste the individual part picture ID reference numbers, part numbers and descriptors below the drawing.
I have a standard basic Word file with appropriate header, footer and page number slots ready to populate for each section. I throw the picture across from TextEdit then save that file in text format, rather than the native rtf, which strips all the gumph. Copy & paste the text into Word then reformat from lines to a table.
I knock off a few pages when I'm preparing a parts order or when I don't want to do nowt but don't want to tackle the "everything to do" list. Prolly be done in about a year or 18 months. Which is about what it took to do RAVE but that was just a PDF print job.