Like my computers, I am old school and like to hold paper versions of manuals and documents. But, as we all experience, the cost of adding to our vintage collections keeps rising and rising (like the cost of everything else).
I have started printing a lot of the digital versions of various manuals and books, but many are WAY more pages than is cost effective to print at home on an ink jet. I also hate stapled documents if its a reference book or I'm adding it to a collection of books.
To solve this I have been printing smaller manuals at home and having them ring bound at Staples and Office Depot, but for the larger ones, I have been using a company called Printme1. I've had about 3 documents printed by them and they have done a nice job.
If you're looking at a small manual and can get one off eBay for $10 or so, go that way. But for the thick, out of print books/document, this is the way to go, if you are ok without an original copy and want a document you can hold.
Just thought I'd share the expereince.