Tom, I found a problem in the Apple I guide on your site.
I came here as a result of someone else working on an Apple I Replica. His is similar enough to the Briel board that your manual will help users of his computer, so I was doing some preliminary research before writing up a manual.
It is figure 5.5 in Chapter 5, at https://www.applefritter.com/replica/chapter5
Anyway, in your BASIC programming guide, you have a table of CALL statements and options... except that the contents of the table are a random collection of BASIC commands (RUN, CLEAR, AUTO, etc)
The biggest reason I bring this up is to find out if the CALL command has a way to pre-load registers. On some BASIC variants, the CALL or SYS command allows the user to save values in 4 Zero Page memory locations, and the CALL or SYS subroutine loads those into A, X, Y, and the Status register.
Of coursse, there's not that much ROM code on the Apple I, so I can make my own routines smart enough to read zero-page addresses for their parameters.
Anyway, thanks for all the work on this book. It's a great intro to the Apple I, and I'm going to enjoy digging into mine - when I finally get one.