One factor to consider is that the ones from Catholic Book Publishing (CBP) have been updated.
The new CPB version has updated the Eucharistic Prayers to include mentioning St Joseph. They completely updated the pages; not just added a sticker or stamped some words on the pages.
The CBP version uses very thin pages. That’s a trade-off. It makes the book smaller and more manageable (they don’t try to close themselves) but the pages are rather thin and need to be treated with a little more care. It won’t warp as quickly as the others when used on a Missal stand.
What I’ve seen from the other publishers they are still giving the purchaser stickers to update the pages at home. It’s one thing to check before buying. I haven’t looked lately (about 6 months).
I recently bought 2 chapel size editions from CBP. One direct from them, and one from Amazon (drop shipped from CBP).
I’ve tried the Magnificat version. Beautiful too look at, but near impossible to use at Mass. The book will not stay open (and that’s after 3 years use, which is why I bought new ones). The pages are constantly closing and turning on their own. Also, the page tabs are user-installed; and they’re incomplete; a major drawback. It’s nice for use at a desk (as a scholarly reference) if one does not install the tabs. It’s also nice for use at the Presider’s Chair (again, don’t install the tabs).
The one from the USCCB Publishing is acceptable, but very scholarly-looking and cold (almost sterile looking). There’s some nice artwork scattered throughout, but the book and the text itself look more like a reference book than a prayer book. It’s very “cold.”
One possibility to consider is that the publishers might be trying to move their old stock before re-printing to update the Eucharistic Prayers. I’m not certain, but it’s worth inquiring before spending a lot of money to buy one.
I’m now on my third generation of the current Roman Missal.
I tried Magnificat.
I tried USCCB Publishing.
Now I’m using CBP. I hope I can get a few years out of those before buying new ones.