I have already had the opportunity to use this great work in Sermon preparation. It is a great resource, rather a number of resources, on how God the Holy Spirit discloses His OT prophetic word in the NT fullness of times. This is a great trend in these sort of approachable & usable scholarly works, and the Church owes great debt to such faithful scholars.
The exegesis is a little TOO detailed. Maybe if the writers gave a briefer summary before going into so much detail. On the other hand, it is very thorough.
It is organized in New Testament order - so if you are studying the Old Testament there is not a straightforward method for keying your study to NT quotes or alusions. There is an index keying OT passages to page numbers in the commentary; but that's real cumbersome.
I am thinking that this book may be more useful in a bible software (such as OliveTree) that alerts users to resources that discuss the passage being studied. So, if I am studying some passage in the OT that is quoted in the NT I would get an alert that this OT passage is discussed in the Beale/Carson commentary.
Unfortunately, I already own the real-world version of the book and don't want to spend more money on a bible-software version.
This commentary is the "go-to" commentary to understand the New Testament. The quotes are explained as well as the allusions. One can see that the New Testament is grounded in the Old Testament. The old covenant is changed with Jesus but remains the ground level of the new covenant. I cannot even begin to express how useful this commentary is for Bible study. I would recommend that every Bible student get this book.