Both the USCA and the USCS have annotated versions of the federal rules, which include Advisory Committee notes.
United States Code Service, KF62 1972 .U5 (Titles 18 and 28)
United States Code Annotated, KF 62 1927 .W47 (Titles 18 and 28)
The Law Library also has several commercially published sets of federal rules.
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure With Selected Statutes and Cases, New York, NY: Aspen Pub., 1982-. (Reserves) KF 8816 .A195
Federal Rules of Evidence and California Evidence Code, New York, NY: Aspen Pub. 2003-. (Reserves) KFC1030 .A29 U55.
Federal Civil Rules Handbook, St. Paul, Minn.: West Pub. Co. (Reference Reading Room) KF8816 .A1936
Federal Criminal Rules Handbook, St. Paul, Minn.: West Group, 2000-. KF9606.99 F43
Moore's Federal Rules Pamphlet, New York, NY: Matthew Bender, 1997-. KF8816 .A198
All federal rules are published by the U.S. government. They can be found in Title 18 (Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure) and Title 28 (Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Appellate Procedure and Evidence) of the United States Code (KF62 1994 .A2).
In addition to being printed in the United States Code, all federal rules are published as committee prints by the House Judiciary Committee.
Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure with forms, Y 4.J 89/1-10
Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, Y .4.J 89/1-12
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, with forms, Y 4.J89/1-11
Federal Rules of Evidence, Y 4.J 89/1-13
Federal Criminal Code and Rules, St. Paul, Minn: West Pub Co. 1985-. KF9606.99 .D567
Federal Rules of Court, LexisNexis, 1996-. KF8816 .A1942
Federal Rules of Court, Los Angeles, CA: Metropolitan News-Enterprise, 1989-. (Reference Reading Room) KF8816 .A2 1989-.
California Rules of Court--Federal District Courts. St. Paul, Minn.: West Pub Co., KFC 992 A197.
California Rules of Court--Federal Bankruptcy Courts. St. Paul, Minn.: West Pub. Co. KFC 992 A197.
Internet: U.S. Code Appendix to Title 28, Judiciary and Judicial Procedure, (for the F.R.C.P., F.R. App. P. and F.R.E.) and Appendix to Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure (for the F.R. Crim. P.)
Federal Court Rules (Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts)
Federal Rules of Evidence (Federal Evidence Review)
Federal Rules E-books (Cornell University Law School, Legal Information Institute)