Finn, I'd love to be able to send you a cd, but unfortunately I can't. The terms of my license permit me to distribute within the US only. The publishers are quite emphatic about this--indeed, the reason that my license is restricted to physical disks and does not permit downloadable mp3s is that the companies were unwilling to license digital downloads absent some assurance that downloads would be restricted to those within the US (and I couldn't figure out how to make that restriction work).
During the two months or so I spent earlier this year figuring out how to make the licensing work, I briefly looked into obtaining licenses in the UK and in Australia/New Zealand, but it quickly became apparent that it was going to be more trouble than it was worth (for one thing, I needed to have a local address in each country where I wanted a license, though that's something I could actually manage in the UK).
Anyway, I don't want to do anything to jeopardize the licenses I have from Tim's and Neil's US publishers, so I'm unable to send a cd to Scotland. (Of course, if someone within the US were to ask for a copy of the cd, and were then to forward it to someone outside the US, well, there's not much I could do about that, is there? )