Great, thanks!

To itemize those:

S72 - 2 k's remaining at 40K

S133 - 3 k's remaining at 40K

S140 - 2 k's remaining at 25K

S157 - 3 k's remaining at 25K

S187 - 2 k's remaining at 25K

S217 - 3 k's remaining at 25K

R103 - 3 k's remaining at 40K

R158 - 3 k's remaining at 25K

R191 - 2 k's remaining at 50K

R213 - 2 k's remaining at 25K

R218 - 2 k's remaining at 25K

R236 - 2 k's remaining at 25K

Heck, if my quad can burn through those 1-k-remaining bases so fast (for some reason I was initially thinking that they'd take longer--not sure why), maybe I should just go for some of those instead. Tell you what--I'll reserve R181, R182, S140, and S187 to start with, if you don't mind sieving all that. (Note that they wouldn't have to be done all at once; I imagine even one core of your i7 sieving would be enough to keep up with my quad doing PRP if you do them one at a time and send them to me as they're ready.) That should clean up all remaining unreserved bases <200 with one k remaining at 50K, and then all unreserved Sierp. bases < 250 with 2 k's remaining at 25K.

Note that in all cases, I'd be stopping at n=100K: that means 50K-100K for R181 and R182, and 25K-100K for S140 and S187.