- Junk! Most of this is free online and the rest are already in many collections as freebies because you cannot sell them to begin with. If Logos really wanted to give us a good deal instead of pulling the wool over people's eyes and fleecing them, they would make an outstanding deal on products that people wanted, on their biggest sellers, and on the biggest names they've stonewalled for years in the making.
- I agree not so much with calling it junk, but that they could do better with better books. The 500 Nelson Collection would have been a good deal.
- Perhaps "junk" is a bit strong, but that shows my frustration with Logos. I'm not sure what "Nelson Collection" to which you refer. In regards to this package, these books are public domain and anyone who understands how to use an Atla search can achieve the same results (for free) of public doman books that Logos does under a general search. The rest of the work Logos claims to do is bogus in my opinion. I find multiple errors, broken references, broken links, and down right shotty programming proof checking to rely on anything outside of biblical word studies. Even then I am inundated with errors for any translation outside of KJV.