Hey, you're all welcome! I'm just happy to be able to share it.
As a huge Casio fan, I wish that they would follow Yamaha's example and build an online archive with the manuals for their past instruments (even better if they could offer the service manuals). Most keyboards are straightforward to use indeed, but sometimes there are smaller things that aren't so clear, plus I think it's nice to have the PDFs so we can print it if we desire to do so (here in Brazil it is rare to obtain a keyboard and/or a synth with the original manual). And there's always the "odd case" - imagine using a HT-700 or a HT-3000 without the manual! Agh! I'm sure they could do it, and we longtime fans would be thankful. Did the miracles cease, Casio? C'mon.
PS.: Bill B: I'm aware of the website you mention and I have to say that I find it very unfair for someone to pay U$5 for a scan of an old manual and not even a good one at that. I bought a manual from that website in the past (Casio CK-500) and I don't think it was worth it. The scan wasn't even their own. You can be sure that if I manage to get more manuals not freely available online, I'll be sharing.