I agree that an Arabic script comparison would be more interesting in this context, Jeff, and thank you for the additional information. As you can probably tell I am no expert when it comes to fonts and typefaces. However, this discussion has opened up a whole new world for me and given me an even greater appreciation for this type of design than I had before. I was simply searching for an open source font quite similar to TNR to use in a commercial project I am working on, and Google’s font library showed the Roman version of the Scheherazade font by default, which matched up quite close to TNR. When I compared the two more closely, it led me to wonder if I made a mistake with the install where the font “fell back” (similar to what you described) to TNR or something else - or if Google is somehow allowing a font that infringes on TNR. However, based on what VictorG described, it sounds like for my purposes, the Roman version of Scheherazade is actually different enough to use for commercial purposes. I don’t think your comments contradict that, but would appreciate any further insight if they do. Aside from this purpose, I will now be paying more appreciative attention to the subtleties and artistic beauty of this craft.