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.
I already had the old 4 pocket size volumes. I wanted to have it in one volume, because it's annoying when you look at one verse, then you see another with the same word and want to look for the reference, but have to change book...
Of course, it's text is small, but about the same size as the pocket (if it's not the only format) one. So, of course, if you're used to large print Bibles, you'll find it super small, but it's similar or lightly smaller than a regular Bible.
The overall book is big, though, so it's good for home study, but I wouldn't carry it to the church with me...
I'm enjoying this volume and has been so helpful from the very first minutes it arrived home. I have to say it arrived quicker than I expected and I thank God for that and for the very existence of this work, it's so impressive and I'm considering His word deeper and deeper now, It's part of my everyday studies and makes me excited about what I will be discovering in the next years using this Bible,
The whole world, even this physical volume will pass away, but it's content, God's words (in these beautiful languages) will stand forever.
May everyone who decides to get this Bible grow more and more in the love for its Divine Author.
I'm having a magnifying lens to read the small fonts, it's not a big deal for me, maybe you can reinforce your reading of this volume with a dictionary and an online language study resource, it's what I do.