I ordered these for our third son two years ago and loved them. This year, our fourth son will be baptized in June and I returned for another set of personalized scriptures. Unfortunately, I decided to choose different fonts and was dismayed when the scriptures arrived and my son’s name, Oskar Enok, instead looked like “Oslear Enole.” I quickly checked the website to see how I could have missed such an obvious, goofy interpretation of the letter “k” in the Boulevard font only to realize that nowhere is there a sample of the letter “k” in the Boulevard font. I couldn’t have avoided this situation. I contacted LDSBookstore and was told that the best they could do for me was a 20% discount if I want to order another quad. Ouch. That’s $114 down the drain and another $91 forked over because I’m not willing to give my son baptism scriptures with what appears to be someone else’s name on them? That hurts. And now the quad probably won’t arrive in time. I’m sharing this as a cautionary tale. We love these scriptures, but this font mess-up has soured the experience big time. Find out some way to see ALL the letters of the alphabet, lower case and upper case, before you settle on a font choice. The company really ought to provide this simple solution that will save customers a lot of anxiety and money.