I'm a frequent lurker around the various old-school D&D blogs, message boards and forums, so I was quite surprised that a project like this slipped past me: Rob Kuntz (you know, the co-DM of Greyhawk through much of the 1970s) is putting out an archival DVD with scans of a whole bunch of his work from the last four decades. I'm kind of shocked that this isn't generating more excitement.
If I'm reading things correctly, it's going to include the entirety of his El Raja Key dungeons (the ones Gary played through using Mordenkainen), as well as a bunch of Rob's levels that were used as part of Castle Greyhawk. It looks like they're going to be mostly untouched, as well - this isn't a Castle Zagyg situation, where the material is being extensively reworked for modern consumption. This is the work, as it was, and as I want to see it.
Honestly, I'm super-stoked about this. I'm fascinated by the earliest history of the game, and any glimpse at Gary and Rob's work from those days is something I really geek out over. I'll be all over this when it gets released, despite the hefty price (about a hundred bucks US, but for over 1,000 image files of proper D&D history I'll fork out for it).
The best part is that it's supposed to be out within the next week. Now, I know, it's Rob Kuntz, and timeliness has never been his strongest of suits. But to me it appears as though most of the work is done. If he says a week, surely even he can't mean more than six months, and I can wait that long. (EDIT: I was being a jerk here. If you're reading this post, ignore what I said and head over to (http://www.threelinestudio.com/, because the Archive has been released.)
His blog is over here: http://lakegenevaoriginalrpg.blogspot.com. Check it out if you have the same interest in D&D history that I do.