Ebay has a really great selection of used books and recordings. I also know that there are a few websites that "rent" books to students for periods of time (most people who do so rent a book for a quarter or semester, then return). I have not checked but I imagine that those websites may offer that service for Bar Exam or LSAT books. If the reader lives near a big city, their local library might even have good stuff. I live in Seattle, WA, so the library here actually had some books to borrow for Bar Review. As far as the "holy grail" (video recordings of Bar Prep lectures or LSAT courses), I have only found fee for service options, or free samples of such options. I do know that ebay is great, and renting websites are great, and I am unaware of illegality for a few friends to buy a PMBR CD together, but then put a copy on each person's itunes.