Rich, in the comments, asked if I could show the Diurnale Romanum by Preserving Christian Publications. Here it is! Its true there aren't many photos out there on the different websites which carry it. In fact, on most sellers websites the photos for books are atrocious. There isn't much to review here. This is very straightforward.
I'll just mention a few things. First, even though this is advertised as having rounded corners and is even shown with rounded corners on some Catholic booksellers sites, the cover itself does not have them. It would be nice if it did, but no, they are square.
The text is bold typeface. A lot of ink was used in producing this. It provides for use in low light and I think cuts down in some of the loss occurring when printing the photocopy of the book. Nevertheless you may notice a few missing letters or half-letters in the book. (the errors are very sparse...) Overall this could pass for re-typset edition if you didn't look too closely.
There is artwork in this diurnal at the beginning of each section. It includes a bunch of extras for priests and laity. Overall, the Diurnale Romanum from PCP is a great budget breviary ($75 as compared to $300) for those comfortable with praying it entirely in Latin. There is no English in the book.
Binding is great. Not stiff in the least. Four ribbons and nice headbands.
Lays flat easily. Sewn hardbacks of good quality will do this.
Some of the artwork.
There is a bit of smudging around the edges. It looks like they may have cut a few corners (no pun intended) on the red dying of the edging.
Sorry of the cell phone picture. My camera battery died. In the front there are "card" pages sewn in with the repeated parts of the office. I like what they did with the Benedictus/Magnificat card. It is on the last page of the card section so it is easy to flip to.
A picture of the how the pages lay open. A little clumping. But this is forgivable.
Not a fan of the font on the spine. This picture shows its overall size. Phone looks good today, doesn't it?
Looks like PCP is temporarily out of stock in this title. You can find it on other sellers' websites. I know Aquinas and More has it, but the price is a little high.