I think all three books (Original, Beyond and Forever) are a VERY small investment compared to what they offer - for most lifters, it's enough content to train for the rest of their life, with smart and steady progression. That alone as a thing is almost priceless for someone who's seriously involved in weight training, so the cost of the books is nothing.
Forever is a goldmine imho, tons of content for all needs, laid out very specifically but still with a lot of room for personal choice on number of days, assistance work and such.
And frankly, as long as you're honest with yourself and have an ounce of patience, all of this is much better than what almost any personal trainer could ever come up with for you at a much higher fee.
There's a couple of specifically full body programs, yes, plus almost every program is written with different splits/variation that account for 2-3-4 days a week of training so most of them have a full body version - they look good (the Morning Star I mentioned really gives me a hardon) and some of those look tough as hell just by reading them.
Yep this one too really interested me, and the Spinal Tap variations.
Wanted to add, I love the original setup with PR sets.
Right now I'm still doing PR set playing around a bit - doing Jokers + 5x5 FSL on Deads, BBS on Press and Squats and BBB or SSL on Bench.