After just a few verses I found that this interlinear was not consistent with their version of ancient Greek, after finding several words that did not line up with Zodhiates or with Vines, i decided to use other resources. After reading the reference in the front I found that it clearly states there will be some differences with other Greek texts, not wanting to try and learn a new variety of Greek, I decided that this book was not for me.
This is mostly what I was looking for, which was a Greek interlinear New Testament. I wish it had the KJV and the ESV or NKJV instead of just the Green's literal translation of the Greek (not that it is bad, as far as I can tell). The printing of the interlinear text is a bit tricky to read in places, but overall seems pretty good. It is definitely a good value for a hard-backed interlinear edition of the New Testament. The quality of the paper and binding and such seems very good.
I'm very pleased with my purchase. It shows the Scriptures clearer than my Bible. You won't be disappointed with the purchase. Great to have in your library, especially when you are involved in a Bible study.