I recently bought a new (actually used) vehicle and typically with such purchases, there was no printed owner's manual. However, I was able to download, in PDF form, a digital version from the manufacturer's website.
Why on earth is the manual a screened PDF with all the associated artifacts?It's a PDF after all! It doesn't cost any extra to publish it digitally using continuous tone greyscale images or even in full color.
Then there's the weird demo guy.
First he has a fixed Botox-like smile that never changes:
And the same illustration is used for different actions.
However, despite his Botox frozen facial expression, he somehow manages to change his hair style and color from page to page: