- I waited patiently for Logos and I am very disappointed. The Shinkaiyaku Japanese Bible (聖書 新改訳 2017) has recently been updated and the version on Logos prepub is now obsolete. This revised version is now available as an smartphone app. Other Japanese Bible have become available in other biblical software. Accordance has the older version of Shinkaiyaku Japanese Bible; while OliveTree has the 新共同訳聖書 version. The failure of Logos to publish this Bible in a timely manner convinced me that "putting all my eggs in one basket" is not wise. If Logos cannot publish important resources like this in a timely and cost-effective manner, consumers have choices and can jump to their competitors.
- Deep and engaging. The author interacted with contempoary commentaries (including Stanley Hauerwas, Davies and Allison) as well as patristic commentaries, extracting insightful tidbits from them and knitting them back into a book that is exciting to read. Instead of writing like an academic analyzing the text, the author explained how the Sermon's implication in our lives.
- Hetty Lalleman’s new Jeremiah-Lamentations commentary, the newest TOTC volume (2013) which replace Harrison's older volume, is not included. It is supposed to be very good and 55% longer than the older volume, so this is a little disappointing. The cover art is misleading.
- W.F. Albright's Gospel of Matthew Commentary (1995) is missing in the current Logos set. It was available previously in pre-pub (as an 84 volume set) but for whatever reason it has been pulled by Logos. So now the set only has only 83 volumes.