- Very happy with this system. I disagree with the previous comments: while the maginal notes are less than optimal, having all these books in electronic form is wonderful. This is probably the best package for learning Latin out there, and being able to flip between books (the main text, the glossary, the grammar discussion, etc., not to mention all the other logos tools/dictionaries) with a few mouse clicks is fantastic. I love these series, and I hope Logos will bring out Roma Aeterna too one day.
- Not particularly substantive, unfortunately. I would be fine with a series of brief, 5 to 10-minute lectures on subjects like "The History of Rome" or Hasmoneans if (and only if) the course had detailed bibliographies for further reading. As far as I can tell, however, after going through the first half of the course (in about two evenings), I've noted that the large majority of the segments refer only to articles in bible dictionaries (for the most part the Lexham Bible Dictionary). Such a broad survey course really calls for a more interesting and elaborated bibliography..
- Unfortunately the Latin is full of spelling errors, due presumably to poor OCR on the scans they used. I hope Logos decides to correct this, because as things are now, the Latin side is pretty much unusable..