This video is part of my Youtube 'Textual Criticism' playlist ( youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2B1F4FB49407E364 ), which largely includes independent research materials on the web you can use; the sites are all unrelated to me. This video, is a book review of a text about TC for the LXX.
Video reads from Natalio Marcos' book, The Septuagint in Context: Introduction to the Greek Version of the Bible, Chapter One (link here: books.google.com/books?id=8MbvEZ4bgdwC&pg=PA3&q&f=false ), to show how textual critics are human; why in many ways, TC of the Greek OT, has been lacking. Marcos proposes what to me is the common-sense approach: treat Greek of the OT as then LIVING; so bilingualism and influence from other languages of its time, ought to be a 'lens' through which we should read, the LXX. Duh. So I get a bit testy while reading the text for the first time, on screen. Sorry.
Here's another great link, provided by egwpisteuw: amazon.com/Invitation-Septuagint-Mois%C3%A9s-Silva/dp/080103115X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1338253883&sr=8-1
File Name: TC3LXX.avi, 5/26/12, in TextCrit folder.