I corresponded with Fabrizio Tappero yesterday and he tells me that hardcopy versions of Free Range VHDL will be available in a couple of weeks. As I wrote previously, this introductory VHDL book is open-source and freely available on the net. Naturally, the authors received a lot of feedback from readers which they used to spiff-up the text before rolling the printing presses.
He's also going to offer a combination pack of the book plus a XuLA-200 board for those that want to get into VHDL and FPGAs with a single purchase. No word yet on the final price for that.
So keep your eyes on freerangefactory.org in the next few weeks for the roll-out of these items.