Frog God Games, based on feedback during the recent Necromancer Games Kickstarter for 5e compatible products that was just launched and successfully funded, have followed through and launched a Kickstarter project to release the adventure book from that campaign for both Swords & Wizardry and Pathfinder. The 18 adventure book is estimated to be around 300-325 pages in size and a little pricier that the 5e version because it includes all the adventures from Volumes I and II of the book rather than just Volume I. There are few stretch goals, but true leather books are in there at $40k. It should be noted that Frog God Games do stitch-bound hardbacks not glued hardbacks, which is why the pricing on their books is a little higher than some others; this is a commitment to quality that Matt Finch has talked about on the Tenkar & Badger podcast.
This sounds like a fantastic product and deal for OSR gamers.
Also, the Risks and Rewards section of this Kickstarter is just brilliant:
Less likely risks include but are not necessarily limited to: (1) one or more asteroid(s) making violent contact with the planetary crust, and causing a dust cloud blanketing out the sun; (2) a direct meteor strike on a Kickstarter-related production facility, including but not limited to computers, power stations required therefor, alien overlords thereof, and other potential but unknown un-, sub-, or supernatural forces required for the operation of Kickstarter, Amazon, their controlling entities, the controlling entities, thereof, and ultimately the Illuminati or the Knights Templar, as applicable; (3) invasions or incursions in force by cannibalistic humanoids and/or morlocks traveling in time, leading to disruptions in urban transportation, offloading, and/or dispatching operations; (4) printing operations initially tasked to the Kickstarter’s fulfillment being diverted to production of bodice-ripping romance novels, teen vampire romances, or refrigerator user manuals; (5) various individuals up and down the production chain being struck individually, sequentially, severally, or simultaneously by train(s) and/or other such devices; (6) no members of the company have admitted to being in a tontine, so there’s that; (7) disappearance in Amazon rainforests by employees, subcontractors, or freelancers of Wizards of the Coast LLC, whether or not related to those rumors concerning dinosaur rodeos and actual owlbear experiments; (8) Ebola goes aerosol: kiss it all goodbye, people; (9) rust monsters loose in the metal; (10) tectonic shifts; (11) Greenwood captured by fans for extended bacchanal; (12) time-travel paradoxes instigated by third parties; (13) the wrong butterfly flaps its wings in the wrong damn place.