Perhaps we forget that Summorum Pontifcum not only clarified and allowed freedom to use at least the 1962 edition of the Roman Missal of Blessed John XXIII, the same Moto Proprio also allowed for the use of the 1961 edition of the Roman Breviary. The canonically obliged are required to recite the hours in Latin, the laity may use either text.
So, good to report is that Baronius Press have announced their Latin/English version of the Breviary is now back in stock for UK purchasers. This uses St. Jerome's traditional Gallican Psalter from the Vulgate throughout, it is a newly typeset 3 volume set and not a copy and also comes in a quality leather binding. It is based on the popular Collegeville Press edition of 1963, some of those sets can command some high prices when they go on sale so it may be worthwhile making an investment on this new set now because I do not think Baronius will be doing another print run, if I read their website correctly.