I bought one after reading some of the reviews, but I am returning it for quality issues.
The prints and paper are the worst. It is like an ugly old dress, remodified to become a "new" wonderful gown. If you remember how the old printing machines quality appear, then this it. There are letters and lined that are broken. Bad quality and production.
Doctrine-wise, this isn't a good bible either. This study bible is trying to disect the texts of the KJV and gives it's negative critcism. Very unhelpful if you try to correct the text. It only cause confusion and doubts to the readers' minds.
If you look for a study Bible, get a one that will uplift and improve your understanding on the words of God, not this Bullinger that only introduce you to "hebrew", "greek", or whatever dead langauge that is not beneficial to a common man.
I have a pile of study bibles, but if I had to keep one and discard the rest, I'd keep this one. I'd never even heard of the Companion Bible until recently. As an earlier reviewer noted: 'This bible was written about one hundred years ago before the words "study bible" even existed and is still the best on the market.' I heartily concur. Be sure to get the genuine leather edition, so that it will last, and so that you can savor it by feel and smell as you read.
This bible was written about one hundred years ago before the words "study bible" even existed and is still the best on the market. ( I currently own six study bibles ) However if you get the bonded leather version it will come apart after you read it through one or two times. While the genuine leather is cheap the binding is much better. So if you plan on making this your go to bible spring for the genuine leather.