I upgraded to Platinum with Logos 8. I have not been disappointed but wanted some more features. Logos 9 has those features in it and am sure I will not be disappointed. This is for serious study and for just preparing to teach and disciple others. I recommend the Logos 9 Platinum and look forward to learning all the new features.
- I bought Logos 8 platinum as well. To get full features, I went with the Logos 9 Full Feature set, since it was the cheapest option, and there was nothing more in Logos 9 gold or Platinum that I wanted. I also ended up going with Academic Professional, because it's the only way I could afford TDNT/TDOT, and ICC. It was cheap since I had already purchased the full feature set, and it also had more of the kind of content I was interested in. It's at the point now, where I've already got what I want, and just buy select Titles here and there. If they ever had some bundle that offered NICOT/NICNT at a more reasonable price (it's around $300 for OT/NT combined on my other Bible program), I would consider it. Right now, though, the cheapest you can get it is for around $940 (https://www.logos.com/product/205182/new-international-commentary-old-and-new-testament), and that's about as low as it gets here.New International Commentary: Old and New Testament (48 vols.)This massive collection combines the current editions in the New International Commentary (NIC) series covering much of the books of the Old Testament and the New Testament to provide an exposition of Scripture that is thorough and abreast of modern scholarship, yet at the same time loyal to Scripture as the infallible Word of God. This conviction, shared by all contributors to New International Commentary (NIC), defines the goal of this ambitious series of commentaries.www.logos.com