Re: Disk 1 of 2079?
Seems a little slim if you ask me. Amounts to about 3 GB, and it's almost to the point you can't use a DVD as your install medium and need at least an 8GB USB stick.
Make it Disk 1 of 5362 and I think you'll make it more believable. Plus it would evoke quite an image. Just how big is a stack of 5,362 3.5" floppy disks is going to appear?
PS. To the guy who mentioned disk 37/38 failures, I'll go you one better. The failure occurs on disk 37, the drive that's at fault etches the disk, rendering it worthless, and then you find out right then and there that your original disk 37 that you thought was under lock and key somehow got stolen by someone who picked the lock and then sent it to the shredder. Oh, and getting a replacement means getting a whole new set which is $200+ not including shipping which accounting will not cover and takes 6-8 weeks when the deadline's tonight. Good luck.