Well now, I find flying SAS is a bit like flying in an Ikea catalogue.
On the other hand If you have never come into contact with .srr files before you are probably wondering what those files are used for. You may find them attached to downloads on the Internet, for instance if you download a rar archive via torrents or files from the Usenet. You may also wonder if they have a similar functionality like parity files or are used for a different purpose. When you try to open srr files on your system you will receive an error message that the file type is unknown, and that there is no associated program installed on the system.