I quote Chaplain Will Weedon's description of the book:
CPH has the book for order here. . . and a Sampler in PDF form here. . .* The wording matches the ESV version that was used in Lutheran Service Book.* Suggested Psalm tones are PRINTED before each Psalm (first a tone from LSB, second a newer tone but following the same three syllable pattern) and these tones "match" the thought of the words of the Psalm. Twenty-two tones are provided total, and some of the new ones are particularly fine (I think my favorite thus far is tone 8 (by Dr. Kosche).* Longish Psalms are divided into parts for easier praying.* Psalm prayers follow each Psalm (or part) that focus on a Christological understanding of what has just been prayed.* Three charts for praying the Psalms are included in the front of the volume covering the Psalter either in a month or in a two-week period.* Two-part tones are not neglected (the book supplies six of them total), and no guessing if the two-part will come out even on a Psalm anymore: they are printed only on Psalms they actually work on!
So whether you are looking for a Psalter for individual devotional use, for use in the pews, or for small group or family use, this is the book for you. I am very impressed and I believe you will be also!