Although the print was a little bit smaller than expected for the Bible reading, it was still readable since the words/print was not all "scrunched" up. Everything else about this Bible was very much what I was looking for and at a great value as well with study notes, study guides, cross references making those who are really hungry for God's word to dig deeper into this Bible.
This is a suburb study bible, at least to the extent that I have read it; I am only 5% of the way through. With one exception thus far: I am disappointed in the handling of young earth versus old earth, without their addressing anywhere that I have seen in the commentary, the accepted interpretation of the Hebrew word for "one day" or "24 hours". To their credit there is no equivocating on God as the creator and designer. They just leave an opening for the unacceptable gap theory, or what has "evolutionized" into the day-age theory.