This has become my most loved book on my bookshelf. I love the feel of it, the paper is the perfect thickness and of good quality (white smooth paper, not the cheap brown one), the text is just the right size and not too crammed into margins that go right into the middle of the book where you can't read it. This is one of the few versions that has footnotes, although they are placed at the bottom right hand corner of each page, making it hard to read the plays properly while jumping to the footnotes every now and then. While reading, I like to cross out irrelevant line numbers, such as the ones placed every 10 lines, and the ones that have notes that aren't really necessary to read as the meaning is already clear, in order to read the text more seamlessly the next time with fewer interruptions. The introductions at the beginning of each play is not too long, and holds just enough information without being too boring, me being someone who reads Shakespeare for pleasure rather than to analyse. A summary at the beginning of each play however would be useful for those who've never read Shakespeare before and don't know what each play is about, and would make it less confusing. Aside from this, this book is just perfect, and even comes with a nice red ribbon as a bookmark.