The Chronological Bible is so very helpful in "getting the big picture" of God's sacred story. For instance, Ezra and Nehemiah are placed in the front of the Bible; yet, chronologically, they occur near the end of the Old Testament period. The Psalms are placed immediately after events in King Davids life. (David's Adultery/Murder is followed by Psalm 51). And who hasn't struggled with all of the Kings (of Israel & Judah) and their connection with the prophets? This makes the 66 + books of the Bible far more understandable.
Reading the Bible this way helped me make sense of events and put them in order. The one column format and the chronological arrangement gave reading it the feel of a novel. I found no strong theological biases in the narrative. The narrative was very helpful in explaining unfamiliar customs that would have been understood by contemporaries of the writer, highlighting world events that shaped the Biblical text and giving a smooth flow to the scriptures. Of particular benefit was the prophets placed in their historical settings.
My family has used this Bible for evening Bible reading. It is easy for the children to understand and interesting for the adults as well. We have enjoyed it very much. While it is not a study Bible, it has helped me to have a better understanding of books such as Zechariah due to understanding the historical context of the book. The only con is this Bible doesnt hold up very well to daily use. The binding on ours came apart and pages are falling out. I haven't had that problem with our other Bibles.