The CTOS/Michael Asser psalter is beautifully printed, though the lavish design detracts a bit from the sobriety proper to a liturgical book, IMO. For a more concrete expression of my opinion, read Psalm 74 [below] from the Asser Psalter, then read the same psalm in my rendering.
Unto the end: destroy not; an odic Psalm for Asaph.
Unto Thee, O God, will we give thanks; we will give thanks unto Thee and call upon Thy name. I will tell of all Thy wondrous works.
When I am given the appointed time, I will judge uprightly.
The earth and all the inhabitants thereof are dissolved; I have made fast the pillars thereof.
I said unto the transgressors, Transgress not; and to the sinners, Lift not up the horn.
Lift not up thy horn on high, and speak not unrighteousness against God.
For judgment cometh neither from the byways, nor from the west, nor from the desert mountains: for God is judge.
He putteth down one, and raiseth up another; for in the hand of the Lord there is a cup full of unmingled wine.
And He hath turned it from this side to that, but the dregs thereof are not wholly emptied out; all the sinners of the earth shall drink of them.
But I will rejoice for ever; I will sing praises to the God of Jacob.
All the horns also of the sinners will I break, but the horn of the righteous shall be exalted.
and my version:
Psalm LXXIV. Confitebimur tibi.
Unto the end, destroy not, a Psalm or Song for Asaph.
We will give thanks unto Thee, O God; we will give thanks unto Thee, and call upon Thy Name; we will declare all Thy wondrous works.
In a time of my reckoning, I shall judge according unto right.
The earth is melting away, and all who live on it; I have shored up the pillars thereof.
I said unto the lawless, Deal not so lawlessly, and to the sinners, Lift not up the horn.
Set not up your horn on high, and speak not injustice against God;
For justice cometh neither from the coming forth of the sun, nor from the west, nor yet from the barren hills,
For God is judge; He putteth down one, and setteth up another.
For the cup in the hand of the Lord is wine undiluted, full to overflowing, and He hath swirled it to and fro, but the dregs thereof did not settle out; all the sinners of the earth shall drink them up.
But I shall rejoice for ever; I shall sing unto the God of Jacob.
And I will break all the horns of sinners, but the horn of the righteous shall be exalted.
And David, I would be keen on looking at your Psalter translation. I'm also wondering what you think of the KJV-based Michael Asser psalter.