When I read my writing printed out onto 8 1/2 x 11 paper, it's ok for the various stages of draft editing. However, when it comes to getting final reviews from friends and family of what I consider to be an agent/publish-worthy MS, I was thinking about the idea of printing five or so copies of it in actual book form. NOT for sale or posting on POD sites, but rather as a book prototype. Do you think this might help these reviewers get into the story better? It might help them think something like, "Yeah, I'd take this on a plane with me." Or would it just make it harder for them to offer any edits they may have? I like the idea of holding my novel in my hands - to get a good feel of how it will look/read before I send the MS to agents (in proper submission format, of course!).