I have been reading up quite a bit the last couple days on the reliability and difference between the Septuagint (LXX) and the Masoretic Text (MT), and have found so much interesting information that I just can't really quite get over it. In any case, I already own the LXX (Brenton) and MT (BHS) for home reading and study but given what I have recently found, I was wondering if anybody knows where I could potentially purchase (hopefully not too expensive) a copy of (at least) the OT texts found among the Dead Sea Scrolls? I don't mind either way if they are in the Paleo Hebrew script or modern Hebrew script. Thanks
Some of the key ones are available online at http://dss.collections.imj.org.il/ (for free). So if you do not mind digital copies, that may be your best bet at examining them.
The site linked by @ScottS is an excellent resource.
(Only a small number of the scrolls use paleo-Hebrew script, btw.)
I originally found this one too: deadseascrolls.org.il but it's not really in the format I would like it in (you can see fragments but they aren't lined up to be legible). I'm including it in case it is useful to anyone.