Everyone -- am working on a free book of jazz lead sheets that is licensed for public performance through a creative commons license. This is to help musicians get into venues where they owner has been hit with BMI or ASCAP licensing free or enforcement and can't afford live music. Also will help give composers exposure. Free to distribute electronically, in print, and perform live. Input here on talkbass is that the readability of the chords is an important feature of a lead sheet. But it impacts the number of pages -- you can't fit as much on a page with big chord symbols. So, to help make this tradeoff, what do you think is more important -- the size of the chord symbol or fitting everything to one page, such as (recognizing one pagers have to have a reasonable chord symbol size). Please consider that some people have bad eyesight, and have to read charts in low lighting, or sometimes, even look on with other people. If you have good eyesight, consider those who don't in your answer. Now is the time for me to make this decision -- your input is appreciated.