Further to my post a few weeks ago seeking buying advice - http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/showthread.php?90839-What-year-of-Allroad-to-buy - I am now the proud and happy owner of an Audi Allroad It's a 2003 model, with BAU coded 2.5 Tdi motor and tiptronic 'box (I was really after a manual but that's another story). It's well spec'd too, with cruise control, reverse parking sensors, (RNS-D) Nav Plus system, rear tints etc. ...and - a major result - even my wife likes it! Apart from a few minor niggles (broken interior trim and a paint scratch) it's great, the only real problem being that it now says "500 miles to next service". I plan on looking after the car myself, and will no doubt soon buy a VAG-COM, but I'd like to start by getting a good quality workshop manual. I dropped into Halfords yesterday to pick up a Haynes manual and it seems that they don't do one for the A6, and even the A4 manual specifically excludes the 6 cylinder diesel, so there's no point buying that! Does Audi do a proper workshop manual, intended for the main-dealer mechanics, and if so is it any good and can I buy a copy? Alternatively, what after-market manuals do you recommend?