I am not a Greek or Hebrew wiz kid, just me. Every now and then I get a bit heavy in my studies and I want to dig deeper. I am convinced this book will go much deeper than my needs so I am one who will say "I love it". For the lay person who is serious about The Word this is a real tool, not unlike having a good concordance at your side as a tool in your studies.
I read some of the reviews already given, by those who may well be light years ahead of me, and it seems like they are splitting hairs trying to find something to complain about. The complaints are mostly about the book as a book, not its content.
This will be with me until I meet my Lord and He will straighten me out.
I really love this book. It is one of the most used tools in my library as a writer and blogger. The only thing I would enjoy more is the large print editions when I can afford them. A project this large and extensive is expected to have errors; even Strong's has errors. What little I have found so far has been corrected with a fine-point pen and the use of my Bible software. There is little else that compares with the personal value of this book.
The text seems accurate so far as I've looked The problem is in the density of the inking. Some Hebrew letters look like the wrong ones; for example, the vertical stroke of a lamed is faint or absent and the letter resembles a resh. Nonetheless, if you are willing to take the time, this is worthwhile interlinear for the price.
I would refer this book to a friend, but I would not necessarily recommend it.
I was interested in utilizing an Interlinear Bible. I purchased this one without previously viewing the formatting and, upon retrospect, see this was a mistake on my part.
While the Hebrew and Greek character sets used for the work are decent enough, the print is too small and, especially in the Hebrew translation, packed too tightly onto the page to make reading easy. One must use a magnifying glass.
This work ideally ought to have been produced as a two-volume set in a slightly larger typeface so more room could be afforded the Hebrew OT translation.