For a smaller commentary, I was surprised that it had a fair amount of content, for example, on the Bathsheba incident. If you like structural chiasms, you will like this volume (though in my view some chiasms are more plausible than others). One set back in this volume is that the author does not engage much with other authors. That may be a plus, however, for someone who may simply want to read this book cover to cover. Don't be impressed, however, if you are a serious researcher. At a little over 300 pages covering 24 different chapters in 2 Sam., you'll end up getting what you pay for.