I just received this Cameo Wide Margin (in Calfskin leather) in the mail, and I love it. Out of print for several years, but now back due to popular demand this newly released KJV Cameo Wide-Margin Bible (KWMC257) is a superb edition. I currently have about 40 Bibles, half of them in leather, including ones by Oxford, Zondervan, Riverside, Nelson, World, etc., and this Cambridge Bible is, in my opinion, the BEST all-around KJV Bible you can get today, with the Oxford KJV Brevier Clarendon Wide Margin (W1794syx) running a very close second. The Oxford W-M has the same quality Calfskin leather and Smythe-sewing as this Cameo W-M, and better cross-references, but for some reason the powers-that-be at Oxford didn't feel like putting in a concordance, probably because of size constraints. While the Oxford W-M has roomier margins, as well as the verse outlines at the head of each chapter, which the Cambridge W-M lacks, the Cambridge has the the 20-odd page preface by the 1611 Translation Committee, the self-pronouncing-names feature, and a fine concordance (152 pages), all of which the Oxford lacks. The Cambridge has nearly double the maps the Oxford has, too. I find the font used for the Cameo(Petit Medieval Clarendon) superior to that used for Cambridge's other KJV Wide Margin, the Concord (Times Semi-bold), which I find too cumbersome to lug to church. The only criticism I would have for the format of the Cameo W-M is the small center margins, almost impossible to write in, which is why Cambridge came out with the Concord W-M. I also have one of the old Cameo Wide Margin editions in Berkshire (pigskin) leather, and this new one, though having a thinner cover, has more maps than the old one, plus a presentation page, and nice art-gilt edges. Bottom line: if you want a quality leather, KJV Bible, then this Cameo Wide Margin is the Bible you want.