I'm not entirely sure how to read this in my web browser without it being downloaded in the process.
I didn't have any intention to make a local copy but I am going to now, just to spite their ludicrous prohibition.
It's famous for being Feynman, not for being a great textbook.
I beg to differ.
I know no general course in physics which is close enough to the Feynman lectures on physics. And I've learned about Feynman from lectures, not the other way. (Arguably, he is famous thanks to his explanations skills.) And anecdotally, virtually all people I know that participated in physics olympiad adore this textbook.
(At least - Volumes I and II; III is interesting as supplementary material, but I recommend other core materials for quantum mechanics, vide: https://p.migdal.pl/2016/08/15/quantum-mechanics-for-high-sc...).