I am always looking at Bibles to see new bindings, new formats or new translations. Here are some New American Standard Bibles I've come across lately. These are just mini-reviews as I don't think they need a full length treatment.
Lockman Large Print Compact Bible (ISBN 978-1-58135-157-6). This is a hand sized Bible (7.5" x 5.125") in black leathertex. The print is thin, not bold. It is single column (I really like the layout) with notes on the bottom of the page. Red letter. 9 point font. Average paper. No cross references. Ghosting can be distracting on some pages. It cost around $20 (USD). Preview.
Zondervan NASB Compact Thinline Bible (ISBN 978-0-310-42959-3). This is a smaller Bible (6.625" x 4.375") in imitation leather. 6 point font. Average paper and print. Double column, notes at the bottom of the page. Double column. Red letter. No cross references. Though it is smaller, this is a low cost ($20 USD) alternative to the Pitt Minion. Preview.
World Publishing Slimline Reference Bible (ISBN 0-529-10959-X, NSLBG). This is another hand sized (7.375" x 5.1") Bible this time in bonded leather. About 6 point font. Average paper and print. Double column. Cross references and notes in center column. Red letter. This is out of print but a cheap alternative to the Pitt Minion. I paid about $10 (USD) for a good quality used copy on eBay.
Zondervan NASB Skinii Bible (ISBN 978-0-310-42366-9). This is also a hand sized Bible (7.9" x 5.375") in imitation leather hardback. It is styled to look like the Moleskine notebooks. Paper is acid free and fairly good. Print is dark. 8 point font. Red letter. Double column. No cross references. Textual notes at bottom of page. Cost about $20 (USD). Preview.
I liked the print and paper of the Skinii Bible best out of the four. The layout in the Lockman LPCB was my favorite. The Zondervan CTB is a nice size but the print is too small for me. The World SRB is a nice little Bible but again the print is too small for me.