These other reviews are very misleading. No one disputes that the Vedas themselves deserve a five star rating, but the review is for this volume. First of all, for those expecting the complete Vedas translated in sort of a "Holy Bible" format, this is very far from the case. There are only some selected portions of the hymns and not very many at that. The book is mainly pages of pictures (just general pictures like the sky or landscape) and a verse. There are some pages with text only, but the text is in reasonably large print and arranged chaotically. It's very difficult to make any order out of this volume. Ironically, a large section of the book seems to lay out the verses, text only and in order, but it's in Sanskrit!
Aside from the poor layout of the book, the physical construction of the book is also very poor. The book is technically hardcover, but the covers are flimsy and the gold to fill in the characters is splotchy. The binding is also very bad. It seems to be bound with some type of string and looks as though great care should be taken to keep it from falling apart. Strangely, thick paper is used for the pages, maybe for the purpose of making the book look thicker than it is. If this book was normally bound, it would be thin and require a much cheaper price. That said, this volume is way overpriced. I know it looks good in the picture, but it's not really that nice looking. It is definitely not worth the price they want. If I would compare this book to the price of comparable books, I would price it at about $17 or $18.
As a final note, I would really suggest saving your money and buy the Penguin copy of the Rig Veda. No, that is also not the complete text, but at least it has a little better format and it's about $12. This "Holy Vedas" volume under review has a few good things about it, but for the price it just isn't worth it. I kind of think the marketing could be more forthright and portray it as more for what it is.