I have the Jordanville prayer book which I used for many years. Still do. But, I also bought the Old Rite Russian prayer book. That has some very interesting extras in the morning and evening prayers which are not included in the Jordanville book. I guess that's because of the seperation of the Old Rite believers way back. I really like their prayer book. My thinking is, if it was good enough for the saints back then, then there's no harm in saying it this way. And they indicate when to bow or prostrate for certain prayers. Also, they have extra petitions to the saints and angels. They also included the prayer of St. Ephraim during Great Lent. They indicate when to insert a Canon, if desired. At the beginning, they have something called the Entrance and Dismissal Bows. But, they explain that that is applied when entering and leaving the Church. So maybe back then, the laity had more access to saying their prayers in Church. I feel there's alot of piety in these prayers. It has certainly fanned the spark in my heart for more fervent praying. If you need more details, let me know. I gotta go check out that other thread you mentioned.