Caliber does not do LRF to epub. It's a feature many have been asking for on mobile read but haven't received:)
I have created Epub packs with caliber, I typically take 3-4 hrs per Author, collecting and adding correct covers, and creating a txt of all the missing titles according to fantastic fiction. However I find that with crappy source files(.pdf, or some of the really bad .lit files from way back)
I need to manually turn each and every page in my reader to make sure the damn thing won't randomly reboot the reader, something I'm not too keen on doing, I find reading every single book a bit tiresome, I need a bit of variety:)
I was hoping with better source files(i.e your RTFs) I could do a better job. I can do it from the .PDFs, but I figured on avoiding duplicating work already done(PDF->RTF).
I also don't want to step on toes, so I thought I'd ask, rather then just starting in on your .PDFs, since you could easily change a single setting in caliber and go RTF-> EPUB instead of outputting a .LRF
EDIT: I just checked and it seems that the latest version of caliber(released a few hours ago I think) may actually do PDF->epub again, it was doing a piss poor job of it for ages. I'll have a go at that perhaps.
For example I can take a pdf and an HTML of an identical book, and the output in .Epub will be about 50-100k different in size.