- The strengths of this resource include a) a copy of Nestle Aland 27 b) a complete and unique morphological analysis of the Greek NT. Downsides: a) This version does not come with the original Timothy and Barbara Friberg glosses, but with Logos glosses. b) Double clicking on a word does not open one's default lexicon but the Analytical Greek Lexicon. I know of no way of changing this. c) The text of Nestle Aland does not come with the Apparatus. d) The price.
- This work is filled with brilliant one line insights that need a commentary of their own. If you can get beyond the frustrating format of this work (references interspersed with text) you will find great gain. I find the commentary especially helpful in the final paraenetic section of Romans.