This is one of the few study Bibles that I've found that is written from a Pentecostal perspective. I like the insight from the study notes and the features on doctrinal topics which seem to follow very closely to the Assembly of God beliefs and core values. The overall quality of the Bible is good. It is very well organized and easy to read. The leather cover feels a little rigid compared to other leather Bibles I have, but I assume it will "break in" over time. The indexed pages and the index and concordance in the back is very useful. Overall this is a great study Bible for someone looking for something from a Pentecostal perspective.
I've gone full circle with bible translations having started with the KJV then buying and comparing 27 different translations to the KJV I'm convinced the 1769 KJV is the best. I spent 3 years capitalizing all personal pronouns referring to deity in the 1769 version. Reading "Life in the Spirit Study Bible"s study notes and articles makes me completely happy. The "Life in the Spirit Study Bible" is a fine Bible and with the pronoun capitalization's it's excellent. Just my opinion of course.