(Click on the books.)
It’s simply beautiful even though colors of the cover wouldn’t be my preference, although I think females may be more inclined to like it. The typeface is small because it’s a thinline, but it’s very readable. The typeface is less “serif” which is what I prefer and with nice line spacing and large easy to find chapter numbers, it’s a pleasure to look at. In addition it has nice carved out information on the spine and the outside of the pages are silver. It has a concordance and the obligatory maps. It even comes in a nice box.
The NASB Outreach Edition is dreadful–printed on newspaper type paper and with a tiny, cramped typeface. But it will serve my purpose.