Thank you for replying! What I meant by the "wrong approach" is that I was not entirely sure of what the book contains, so It confused me.
You post has helped me to understand things a little better. I do not know if the Great Horologion is out of print, but I saw it available on some websites. (I have no idea if it really is). I will also check Jordanville Horologion you mentioned.
Well, for the services, I intend to start out with the Typica and Third and sixth hours, etc, etc, that is for now. In the future, if time allows I might consider doing the other offices you mentioned, and maybe even vespers and matins, BUT as I said this might be in the future if time allows it. Basically I would not mind buying a Horologion. There is one thing that worries me about the Horologion though, which is: My research of Doing Matins as Vespers, indicates that I would need access to alot of other books like Menaion, Octoechos, Triodion, etc, etc. Is this true?
Anyway, future stuff aside. Now I will definitely start With the typica, and a few other hours (on Sunday). My understanding is that for now all I need is a Horologion and a Psalter? Am I correct?