I search now in the interval
20,001<=x<=40,000, 201<=y<=400. I reached x=21,000 and found two new PRPs: 283^20956+20956^283, 51380 digits, 359^20992+20992^359, 53637 digits. 
Two more PRPs:
2869^11736+11736^2869 3834^11473+11473^3834 Doublechecking is now complete for y <= 5000 and x <= 12500 and 10000 < y <= 125000 and x <= 12500. I'm still working on 5000 < y <= 10000 and x <= 12500. 
[QUOTE=rogue;379608]Two more PRPs:
2869^11736+11736^2869 3834^11473+11473^3834 Doublechecking is now complete for y <= 5000 and x <= 12500 and 10000 < y <= 125000 and x <= 12500. I'm still working on 5000 < y <= 10000 and x <= 12500.[/QUOTE] Verified list for y <= 7000 and x <= 12500. I'm going on vacation for 17 days starting tomorrow. This will complete while I'm gone so expect an update when I return. 
I reached x=22,000 and found one new PRP:
387^21694+21694^387, 56138 digits. 
The page is finally updated: [url]http://xyyxf.at.tut.by/primes.html#0[/url]
Please check if it's correct. 
The doublecheck has been completed for all x and y <= 12500. Nothing new to report.

I reached x=24,000 and found one new PRP:
247^23412+23412^247, 56018 digits. 
I reached x=26,000 and found one new PRP:
291^25742+25742^291, 63426 digits. 
I reached x=27,000 and found one new PRP:
267^26336+26336^267, 63905 digits. 
I reached x=30,000 and found one new PRP:
257^29356+29356^257, 70746 digits. 
reserving x=2501=> 3000 and y=12501=>15000
already found one 2696^14313+14313^2696 is a 3PRP (49104 digits) 
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