You're welcome frater.
Forgive me for interjecting but the Monastic Diurnal is an incomplete Breviary. It excludes the hour of Matins. Baronius Press is coming out with the complete 3 volume English/Latin Roman Breviary (Divine Office) in about a year. It will be the 1961 version and contain the Vulgate psalter.
I used to use the 1963 Latin/English 3 vol set, but I couldn't take the Pius XII psalter. I decided to use the Anglican Breviary reprint, after discussing it with my traditional catholic priest. One must decide what is worse the PXII psalter and poor english translation or the influence of the Book of Common Prayer. However, the Anglican Breviary used in conjunction with the rubrics on breviary.net can serve as a temporary fix until Baronius issues their new set. As many of you know the Anglican Breviary is almost identical to the Roman Breviary of 1955, and is quite reasonably priced.
The deviations in the Anglican Breviary are easily dealt with: I use the Missal for the collects when they are taken from the BOCP, and I always say all nine lessons on double and semidouble feasts [optional in the "Anglican Rite" but required in the Roman.]
This is my first time in the forum, I hope I helped someone.
Yes, Paul, I found out about one of those Breviaries on ebay last night. I wonder why the second one had $0.99 as the price at first?