I bought a standard size when Zondervan first came out with these and then ordered the large print version when it was released. I don't see how they can call this large print. It looks like about a 9 point type as opposed to a 12 point type in the other large print bibles I have - yet it is almost two inches taller and an inch wider than the other bibles. I don't understand why they went with larger dimensions and smaller print. Also the type face is thin character - almost like they were trying to save on ink, making it appear smaller than it is. The notes and photographs are interesting but I ended up with a bible that is too large and heavy to take to bible studies and that has print small enough that I will never read it anyway.
I really love my archaelogical bible with large print. The pics and the history is awesome. It really helps me to dig into the Word more. I would recommend it to anyone who loves history, and who wants to research.