Had to load each book separately into a collection that I created, as you could not look up the series. Kind of a pain; was not really a "collection" per se. Most of these are old - so would have to assume they are also outdated. So why buy them? Well, why does my library consist of so many old volumes of anything? It is because the new consist of much of the old, and where the difference lies, then one can make more informed choices. If the fact that some of these are old datasets bothers many, then we must begin to purge our libraries of authors such as Thayer, Wigram, Jastrow, Gesenius, Neusner, Strong or Young... Then let us purge HALOT, TWOT, TDOT, TDNT, Robertson's, and so many others that are now "relics" from the past. I am Hoping BDAG updates soon, maybe with the next restart, but let us hold onto the past, make way for the new and learn from the scholarship of the collected wisdom of both so we can push ahead the study of the Word of G-d. If I gave up the wisdom of old, then Rambam, Rashi, Hillel and others have to go also. And what of the Apostles? Shimon, Yakov, Yochanan, Mattityahu? Many say they did not even understand the Master they served. We apply our 21st century knowledge to all the ancient texts, and to those who had spent their lives studying the ancient words, without benefit of computers or the Dead Sea Scrolls, or any of the technological marvels we have today. On Logos or Accordance I can view ancient manuscripts, I can read what someone read centuries ago. So how do these "outdated" and "incorrect" works help me discern BDAG? Insight. What were those of the past thinking, how were they influenced, what influenced them? No generation is born in a vacuum. From the time of Yeshua to now, we are all colored by our prejudices, our preconceptions, our biases and the times in which we live. I marvel at how those of days past achieved what they did. Some had to travel thousands of miles to see documents I could only hope to see. Countless hours spent in study, trying to decipher ancient texts. Did they get some of it wrong? Yep. Did they miss something here and there? Yep. Does the toil of their lives work hold nothing for us? No, may God forbid. All who handle this precious word have had their lives shaped and molded by the Creator - they passed onto us the best of their knowledge, and maybe even some of the worse, but that is for us to search and discern. Nuggets of truth are found everywhere if one has the patience to look and appreciate what went before. One plants, another waters, and later, one harvests. I mine the past, to see what I need for today. These books may hold nothing for me, or maybe they will; time will tell. I hope all can make use of what has been provided. Heck, I could complain about a whole lot of what Logos offers - some 10 to 15 percent of my library I'll never even look at, because I have no interest in what was offered in the bundles. Yet, I bought them for what does interest me. Hopefully one day Logos will allow each user the power to choose their own bundles, and get what each needs or desires. Till that day, we all make choices, some good, and, some not so good. I have books from the 1800's in my library and still use them today. It, as they say, "it ain't all bad." Shalom to all.