You'll enjoy this collection more if you spend an hour or so getting acquainted with the main divisions in the content, which is appallingly unintuitive. Some sticky labels with permanent marker for making tabs will increase your use and enjoyment of these valuable volumes. As a bonus, you get a hard-bound Wuest's N.T. translation (more of a transliteration from the Greek) that's not, to my knowledge, available separately. Advice: just be discerning of where Wuest adds doctrinal interpretation to what God is actually saying. Let the Holy Spirit do that job for you and let Wuest provide insights into what the Greek mind expresses so precisely that English, by comparison, is just plain slovenly and imprecise about saying. In the N.T. volume, I recommend disregarding what Wuest places in [square brackets] i.e., Wuest's dispensational creed. Aside from his creed, I find his scholarly dissection of the Greek extremely enlightening.
its not what i expected; its not the quality i expected; i thought all 4 volumes was the new testament, but only one volume is. the others volumes are commentaries. plus the way its organized is VERY difficult to find what you are looking for (uses roman numerals and no verse headings). in the pic it looks blue and nicely bound, but it came as black and cheaply bound, with cheaply printed pages. i could have bought just the bible part for less than ten bucks. oh well, live and learn. the customer service at Christianbooks was awesome, though. They were super helpful and friendly. Loved em!