I bought the large copy of the Lectionary because there is a lot of detail in it and the larger print does make for easier reading.
The lectionary for Sunday readings is of course in the black Common Worship books but this book is date specific and it therefore saves you trying to work out whether or not a particular Sunday is "earlier than the second Sunday before Lent" and from getting lost in the Trinities!
I bought it on-line for the first time this year because working full-time made it difficult to access the diocesan bookshop.
Where the number of the final verse of a passage coincides with the end of a chapter (or a psalm), the device ‘ — end’ is deployed. If the verse number were to be given anyway (as was the case until about ten years ago) but now accompanied by a suitable symbol to indicate a chapter end, this would serve to assist all users whichever their preferred method. That would merit a 5-star rating.
As previous reviewers have said, the book if fine - many of us have known it for many years - and the delivery efficient. BUT a) I later found it much cheaper elsewhere and b) living in France I used their currency converter. What a grasping rate of exchange. Be careful!