Hamelman's bread, third edition is coming.
A new edition is coming in two weeks, on March 16th. Myself I own two copies, first edition I purchased around 2006-2007, and the second, bought in 2012, when the first one started coming apart. I haven't used the second book nearly as much, in part because I'd baked so many breads from the first, in part, because my baking interests went into a different direction by that point. I doubt I will be picking up this new edition, particularly if Amazon price, $81 for me, is to be believed. But if you don't have a copy - consider at least getting the still available second edition.
Update: According to the table of content, the book is not just a facelift designed to capitalize on the latest instance of the baking craze. It drops quite a few familiar recipes - for example perennial favorites like pain rustique or poolish ciabatta are no longer there, and adds quite a few new ones. Perhaps I will get a copy after all.