Just purchased this book through Amazon. The text print quality of the Springer hardcover version (4th printing) is surprisingly bad.It looks as if it was produced on a sub-par quality laser printer that was about to run out of toner (grey and faded). It is bad on all pages beginning to end, some worse than others. There are also many places where symbols (division lines, integrals, paretheses) are fuzzy and dithered (dot matrix like), almost like a bad photocopy. This is by far the worst I have seen in a Springer text and I own many (both math and finance). Given the universal praise of the contents (which are excellent), I am puzzled that this has not been brought up before.At first I thought it might have something to do with the fact that Springer is now doing print-on-demand, but other Springer books that I have ordered recently aren't like this. Furthermore, it looks like someone on Amazon had similar comments back in 2005.Since I know many on Wilmott have a copy in their library, can others confirm that this is universally the case or did I just get a bad copy?Thanks
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on August 18th, 2011, 10:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.