A good secondary "go to" resource from the manuscripts or interlinears. The DBL quickly glosses a term and provides many numerous other linked original language resources--with hover-over previews of the links, of course! Thus a user can quickly see which way they want to take their study. Provides cross-language (Greek-Hebrew) comparable terms & links, Strongs # links, Kittel/TDNT links (but see below), and several Louw-Nida links for associated phrases. However, there is one major shortcoming that must be addressed. The preview here on the Logos website works well with the hover-over previews, and shares the same problem I experience with my software version in that rather than actually linking to Kittel/TDNT, it uses that only as a reference and links to the Enhanced Strong's Lexicon (or "ESL," as in the hover-over). And unfortunately, ESL does the same thing when it opens, only opening additional copies of itself on the same entry. However, the ESL, in turn, lists references for the TDNT-Abridged and will open the correct entry for any listings of the TDNTA--which, in the same way, will not open links to TDNT, but only opens more copies of ESL. Thus, to get TDNT to open to the correct entry from these resources, one must open it from their library, and fortunately, by this time, it should find its way to the Strongs number reference from the previous resources, including, no doubt, the DBL of this review.