My email to Oxford University Press customer service:
I recently purchased Opera Omnia (Tomus III: Expedito Cyri) from the Oxford Classical Texts series, and I write to report several major issues with the print quality.
The current text is unreadable. According to the publication page, the work was digitally transferred in the late 1980s. I have a 1920s edition and the new edition in front of me, and the new edition is best described as a "bad photocopy."
- Long sections of the text are too spotty to read.
- The font is far from crisp, and it difficult to make out breathing marks.
- The Book headings are not properly aligned on the first page of each book (please compare to the earlier edition).