This was a great addition to my library. It's very easy to use for word study. All the numbers are distracting, though, so I still use a different Bible for regular reading. So glad I have this instead of investing in a Strong's.
I probably own around ten bibles of a number of translations and inclusive of a couple of parallel Bibles. Overall, this Bible by far stands out. I got this Bible as a gift from my brother, after discussing different versions with him - and he said he had an extra. It replaced my Dakes KJV Bible as my daily go-to bible, and even though I have bought others, this one stands by itself.
I love the easy to access Hebrew/Greek Strongs information. The inline cross reference material is excellent. Being in school for ministry, I like having this Bible open (in conjunction with Logos Bible software or another bible study website) to follow along and make notes during my classes. I don't care much for the commentaries and notes here - because reading these "opinions" can sometimes get in the way of the Holy Spirit wanting to speak to you directly about the Word of God.
The binding has held up pretty good. I question people talking about the binding - as my thought is a bible like this should have a case - whether it be a sleeve or a leather zip-up case (like the one I have). My only demerit to this Bible is that it's not the revised 1995 version of the NASB. However, this 1977 NASB version is tried and true and has stood the rest for nearly 40 years now.
I had the 1984 black leather bound NASB study bible. I was introduced to the Key Word Study Bible by students from Calvery Chapel Bible College Marietta Ca. This was the bible we would do our bible study from.
I love the lexicon in this bible it is so nice to have when trying to figure out what why a word was used in the original translation.
I have had this bible for 13 years and I have studied it every day, this Bible is my favorite, I am blessed every time I study from it and I am sure you will be too!