Catholic Book Publishing Corp. has a new website. I point this out because they are one of the most important publishers of Catholic books out there. True, they lean to the more "mainline" Catholic ethos (rather than the conservative or traditionalist) but they do have some important books and an important history.
The website looks a whole lot more interesting and up to date than the previous one. It looks a lot easier to use as well.
My advice to CBP is to begin reprinting old editions. I know their policy is to publish only books approved for use by the USCCB...but they'd do a whole lot of business by reprinting their myriad editions of1962 Missals and other resources.
One of the best old books they came out with was the St. Joseph Continuous Sunday Missal. For the past couple of years I have used it during the Summer months when my choirs have off. It is so easy to use when you just want to go to Mass and not have to flip back and forth.
If you want an old St. Joseph's missal you can find them around the internet, on the freebie table at your parish, or used book stores. They are particularly nice for their larger print.