I just got mine.
And TIPS are still listed with the "name" of the security as a very narrow column eight lines high, e.g.
U.S. TREASURY NOTE
INFLATION INDEX NOTE CPN 1.250% DUE 7/15/20
DTD 07/15/10 FC 01/15/11
Moody Rating AA
REMAIN BAL ######
March FACTOR 105552000
Est. annual income ##### Est yield 1.05%
It is my judgement that if these lines were simply concatenated, separated by commas, and word-wrapped--which I'm told it is possible for modren "data processing" equipment, as they call it, to do--that they would easily fit in three lines. (Even less if they didn't insist on making all of the dollar columns wide enough to allow for the possibility of my being a multi-billionaire).
An inch is wasted at the top with nothing but the Vanguard logo sitting in lonely splendor at the right end of a strip of pure white virgin paper.
Another inch and a half for a heading.
A grand total of two, count them two TIPS.
And then two inches of pure empty white space at the bottom.
Vanguard is sending me enough paper to supply a backyard privy... I believe they are passive-aggressively trying to shame me into going paperless. Oh-ho, want paper, does you? You want paper, you GET paper! Quires of paper! Reams of paper! Bundles and barrels and tierces and metric hogsheads of paper! Take THIS, Luddite! Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha!
Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen nineteen and six, result happiness; Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery.