This set has it's flaws like all I've purchased. Hebrew words not clear for a precise definition. I'm not a Hebrew scholar but have found discrepancies. For instance, check out "messenger" in 1 Sam between in chapter 23 and all the rest. The Hebrew word is assigned a Strong's number that only aligns with messenger in chapter 23. The difference in a word can be huge. "Law" for instance in Hebrew can change from man's to God's with only one dot. But, not this publishers fault.
Great set as far as the ability to write on the thicker pages, and room to write. Always a plus. I just love interlinearies. I myself need to be as accurate as possible, and this is the closest I have found. I have yet to find one with clear images of the Hebrew text. The Greek is good. No intricate dots and such.
All in all, a fantastic investment toward the best library I can compile.
This has been a very helpful study tool (I teach a Sunday School class and a home Bible study). I feel more confident when presenting material that could be interpreted in more than one way. However, the print in these volumes is very disappointing - it is very blurry. Also, I might question the author's interpretation of some of the passages. When reading the original Hebrew or Greek, sometimes it seems that his version could be better stated. But since I don't want to tackle these languages myself, I'll take his word for it. I'm glad to have these volumes in my library.