I've owned this bible in hardcover for a few years now, and was able to find it in leather, although only in bonded. This bible includes cross references, alternate and equivalent translations, language notes, literal translations, and short explanatory notes in the center column. In the text itself is a feature that I truly appreciate, which are old testament quotations indicated by small capital letters. I like to refer to the old testament quotes, and this immediately highlights them. The subject headings are within the chapters, not at the top of the page, which is a great help when trying to locate something. Also included beneath the subject heading are any applicable parallel passages. The typeface is listed on the box as "large print", and is dark and bold. The paper used in this bible is pretty opaque, so there isn't a lot of show-through of type. I use Micron Pigma pens to mark my bible and they do not appear to bleed through. The particular verses of scripture are color-coded to five themes, prayer, faith, healing, holy spirit, and the presence of God. This is a useful feature when working with people or witnessing. The devotions are fantastic, and have spurred me on to read more writings by their authors such as John G. Lake, E.M. Bounds, Smith Wigglesworth, Charles Spurgeon, Kathryn Kuhlman, and A.B. Simpson. There are indexes to the devotions and the topics they cover. Of course at the end of the bible there is a decent concordance with definitions of the words, and color maps. I really enjoy using this bible, as it contains all the features that I prefer, but is not big and bulky. In my opinion, this is a great Pentecostal bible.