Later this year, the opinions of 12 federal courts will become available through the federal government's new web portal, FDSys. This 1-year project is the brainchild of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, the Government Printing Office (GPO), and the Judicial Conference. Although PACER currently provides access to federal court dockets and opinions, searching requires a password, it has a very simple search engine that does not allow full text or keyword searching, and opinions cost $.08 per page. The goal of the new pilot project is to provide a more robust search engine from an authoritative source for finding court opinions for free. The 12 courts that will be part of the initial project will include: the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Second and Eighth Circuits; the U.S. district courts for the Districts of Minnesota, Rhode Island, Maryland, Idaho, and Kansas, the Northern District of New York, and the Northern District of Alabama; and the U.S. bankruptcy courts for the District of Maine, the Southern District of Florida, and the Southern District of New York. In March, the Judicial Conference apparently approved the addition of 30 more courts. Hopefully, some of the federal courts in Ohio will be among them.