If you are looking for a red letter edition of any bible you might do best to shop locally. This way you could peruse the pages and decide if the color meets your expectations.
There is no 'richness' or depth of color in the red of the edition I received. On many pages the color is more of a pink or washed out red.
I think the publisher would to better to offer an edition with the words of Christ in bold letter. The red was conceived to represent the blood of Christ. But for me the color is more about finding a verse more quickly. At least with bold letters you would always be able to see the words, even if you are color blind. I don't think the publisher is saving much cost in ink here.
I have over seventy copies of various editions of the bible. Mostly to give away, but again, some red letter editions are rich in color while others are faded. So if you want color depth in your red letter edition you might do better to have a copy in hand that you can examine before you buy it.
I wanted this edition not only for its' translation but for the commentary. So, even though I may struggle a little with the inconsistent red color I guess I got mostly what I wanted. Still, one would have to wonder why a publisher, who is dealing in the most life changing words ever written wouldn't want to offer those words in the most brilliant of color. Hmmm...?
Love all the stuff that is available in the NTL Study Bible. Use it from time to time for commentary since I mainly use the ESV Study Bible. I love the theme articles and person profiles. I also love how those or the commentary is Christ centered!
I just love the resource ! I have only kept my Bible I bought from you . and I have given new believers in my sphere all of the others . QUESTION ? I am am now an Incorpration ( ae: Non Profit ) May I get a different pricing ? Let me know by e mail please ! Thank you for your time .