Rene Pascal has posted online a zip file contain all non-duplicated medium resolution imager frames from DISR taken during Huygens descent in January. Each image has been flat-field, a image-processing procedure where camera and/or CCD defects are removed from an image by ratioing the image with an image that contains just the defects. Rene created that file by summing several bland MRI images together to produce an average bland file. This bland file thus contains only the defects and no contrast due to surface features. This procedure produces far cleaner and scientifically useful images than the raw images that were released.