Don't you wish you could own the entire Loeb Classical Library? These little green and red gems published by Harvard Press are the most handy editions of Greek and Latin literary texts for historians of classical antiquity. I own several, but I have a long way to go.
But there is a way to get a whole bunch of them for free! If you don't know about Loebolus, then let me tell you about it. Loebolus is a project designed by Ryan Baumann that "is based on Edwin Donnelly's 'Downloebables,' aiming to make all the public domain Loebs more easily downloadable by re-hosting the PDF's directly, without the need to enter CAPTCHA's." The list of Loebs at this link is upwards of 250, and they are all freely available for download. You can download them to your computer or even put them on your iPhone and iPad for some good reading on the go. I have added a link to the Loebolus website in the "Online Tools" section under the Papyrological Resources tab above.