I have never mentioned this before but most of my Concorde books have 2-page photos where the aircraft is displayed on 2 pages. The center is ruined by the binder and the aircraft looks bizarre Also, the fuselage does not match at the binder. The only solution I can think of is to use 1 fold-out for a 2-page photo. These are rarely used, though. Is it more costly to print a book with several fold-outs? I am not in the book publishing field so I don't know. This problem with binders is especially bad in road atlases. Imagine if the street one is looking for is within the binder. This is troublesome to Concorde fans and is found in all photo books having a 2-page display. Is anybody else bothered by this?