My issue with the premise is that I think it's pretending to be something it isn't.
There's nothing necessarily wrong with a naked dating show; while I wouldn't be hurrying to sign up, all the people on the show are adults who have willingly volunteered - there's nothing generally wrong with being unashamed by your body and having the confidence to bare all. However, talking about this show as if it is a groundbreaking, barrier pushing format based on building lasting connections is a bit of a laugh.
Another option is use a screen capture program to capture and print areas of interest from within the PDF files.
The idea is apparently to strip away material possessions and get to the nitty gritty of a person without hiding behind fancy goods, I guess to see if you're actually well matched enough for a relationship.
It's not so much a social experiment as it is a ratings booster.
Sadly the same can't really be said for Naked Attraction...
To be honest, if you find you usually struggle to see past the brand of someone's jeans to decide if you're attracted to them or not then you need to have a strong word with yourself.
How do I read the expiration date, or code dating, on a label?
In fact, Channel 4 showed another program recently, with the same idea, that I really loved.
Life Stripped Bare showed six people who had all of their things taken away, from phones to furniture to clothes, in order to try and figure out what was really important to them.
Each day of the three week experiment, they were allowed to get back one item, allowing them to really see what their priorities were - this was all while continuing with their usual lives, jobs etc.