I mean, for crying out loud, the Jordanville morning prayers section is like 53 pages long!
I just checked, and it's 26 pages, just for accuracy.
I love the Jordanville still, but the morning prayers are almost never preformed by me because I loathe the mornings. If I am ever going to begin a morning prayer rule then it's going to need to be five minutes long or something. I used to pray them as a stay-at-home dad, but now that I am off for work early every morning it just doesn't get done.
I firmly believe that it's important, though. Prayer is what life is all about.
There is a CD of the Jordanville Morning Prayers and the Prayers Before Sleep, and sometimes I use that on the way to work. It's read by a monastic, I think, so he just reads like a pro at prayer, with very clear enunciation, no drama, which is nice. There are only a few minor differences from the book, and my wording has settled into my own pattern for some of the prayers anyway. For example, I don't just pray for Russia, but for all Orthodox Christians. It's not the same as actually doing the rule, but maybe it's better than nothing.