Does the print edition look as good as the online version?
If someone answers in the affirmative, I'll start saving a few clams & order a copy.
Hey, man. I realize you might already know this since it's a few months... what month is it?... past, but since it doesn't look like someone answered...
I would say, yes and no, man. The online version has pretty borders, parchment looking "paper" and such. The print version is a solidly/well printed but very plain aside from the graphics/art here and there. It's well worth it in my opinion. Just to have the physical copy to open to random passages; I've been doing the same with the Tao Te Ching for years.
At 5 bones and some change from Amazon for a print on demand version and a free kindle edition, seemed money well spent. But that's, just like, my opinion, man.