I just picked up a great little volume yesterday from the Archives bookshop in Pasadena, CA. As anyone who has done any reading of the dead sea scrolls knows, reading unpointed texts is a tricky task. The book, Die Texte aus Qumran: Hebraisch und Deutsch Mit Masoretischer Punktation, is a nice tool for use in reading some of the scrolls. As the title explains, the texts have been given masoretic pointing making it easier to work through texts for any who are still working to be proficient at reading unpointed manuscripts.
There is a second volume as well, but this first volume has some of the major texts: the Damascus document, the Community Rule, the Pesher to Habakkuk, etc. Granted the adding of vowels means that some interpretive decisions must be made (i.e., whether to point a particular verb in the G or the D stem), but by and large I look forward to using this tool!
Below is a sample page of the first two columns of Pesher Habakkuk.