1. Journals, 1832-1839 (2008)
2. Revelations & Translations: Manuscript Revelation Books – Facsimile Edition (2009)?includes full-color scans for every page in the two revelation books as well as color-coded transcriptions on the facing page?signed by all three volume editors
3. Revelations & Translations. Manuscript Revelation Books ? Volume 1 (2011)?this version (could be considered a ?library edition?) is simply a different version of #2. This edition does not include all the full-color scans of the original manuscripts (there are a few examples, though) but does include the transcriptions. In addition, this version is the smaller size (like #1 and #4). Thus, this is not technically a new volume but a smaller, condensed version of an already published volume.
4. Revelations & Translations, Volume 2: Published Revelations (2011)?this is a new volume with new content and signed by all three volume editors. This volume includes scans of a Book of Commandments (and text for a proposed sixth gathering of the revelations that was never completed) and first edition D&C as well as selected scans from Oliver Cowdery?s copy of the Book of Commandments with editing marks used in publishing later projects?each individual revelation is dated and the probable source text given. In addition, revelations published in The Evening and the Morning Star and Evening and Morning Star are placed in parallel columns for comparison. As always, excellent introductory content traces the reception, editing and publication of the revelations in concise, well-researched detail.
Finally, it is hoped that additional online materials will be made available in the near future.
 Descriptions and photo courtesy of Benchmark Books in Salt Lake.