At the risk of showing blatent conflict-of-interest, I'm writing this because I noticed that reviews for OTHER publishers' editions (and their ratings) showed up on this listing. I won't belabour this review with self-serving hyperbole. I'll just quote two paragraphs from the introduction:
"Free online digital editions of the dictionary are now available at two major archives, and these too are useful for online searching. Some of these have been edited into legible formats; some are more or less raw ascii texts. A few "publishers" have released printed versions which are little more than dumps of those plain-text files--and I use the scare quotes advisedly here, feeling sorry for those students who have bought those editions thinking that they were, in fact, buying proper dictionaries.
"This edition has been set in Baskerville, a clear and accessible font, which it is hoped, will increase the legibility of the book. Further choices made in typesetting have led to additional changes in format, both for aesthetic reasons and to modernize the text in line with the contemporary reader's expectations."
I trust that potential buyers will take advantage of Amazon's excellent "Look Inside!" feature before making their purchase decisions.
Also available in paperback: