Not on the text, no. I refuse to release that in any format. Two reasons:
First, what if it's wrong? I'm NOT gonna be the one who spreads false doctrine based on documents which have not been proven to be Scripture.
Second, if it's real, I'm not gonna have any of that foil-hat crowd transcribing those sheets and publishing their own "Book of Lehi". After it was reported that a General Authority named Bruce Porter had inspected the 116 and declared them authentic in 12/2016, 8 or 10 people came to my home trying to get (pleading, threatening, cajoling) me to give them copies of the sheets. I never actually spoke with Elder Porter, and never saw any report from him, so cannot verify that part of it. At that time, I did not even know what a General Authority was.
As far as proving authenticity, I believe I may pretty close. One of three artifacts recovered from map #2 (which contains sufficient data to locate current location, which has been done) is a small coin, about 2,100 (+/- 80) years old. The coin, as such, is insignificant, but a metallurgical analysis was done by one of my Dad's friends at JPL. Mostly copper, a little iron; pretty standard stuff. What makes that coin significant is that it contains traces of elements endemic to North America. There are others in the same jar which are much older. I believe that particular artifact which Thomas recovered from that site proves the authenticity of those sheets. I also think there are details contained in map #1 (which I cannot correlate to any current georef), which will shed light on all this 'meso-America stuff.
Get it? That coin, along with a jar of others, was minted (images on both sides) in North America in the first century B.C. I could be wrong, but I ain't.