I am not talking about translations/versions here, rather I am speaking of printers/binders/publishers. What do you look for in terms of quality when you buy a new Bible? I know that Cambridge used to be the "gold standard" among Bible publishers, a Cambridge was supposed to last a lifetime. However, i bought a new Cambridge Concord reference Bible bound in calfskin almost four years ago. The leather is a nice quality, but the binding stinks, it is already falling apart. I have bought three Bible since then, all were "genuine leather," but on two of them the leather was of such poor quality that I sent them off to a book binder to get them rebound in a good quality leather. I had one done in Nigerian Goatskin and the other in a good calfskin. I tend to have a relationship with my Bibles and I don't want to have to replace them every few years and lose my notes. I find that the "genuine leather" used these days on Bibles is a stiff hard stuff. Poor quality and unpleasant to touch seems to be the rule of the day.