I'm a big fan of Dr. Mounce, having bought his Greek grammar/workbook, his book, "Greek for the Rest of Us", and the lectures from his website. I was really looking forward to "Interlinear for the Rest of Us".
I love the contents and layout of the book. It was exactly what I wanted - a bridge to carry me from beginning Greek to a slightly higher level of Bible study.
The printing, however, is an absolute deal-breaker. The pages are literally onion-skin thin. Besides durability issues, the text is just not very readable. Looking at the page, you see the text, the strike-through from the text on the back of the page, plus the strike-through from either the next or previous page. The result is a distracting, awful mess. Can you read it? Yes. Do you want to? No.
This is the first book I've ever returned to Amazon, and it broke my heart to do it. If it was re-printed on regular paper, I'd be standing in line, waiting to snatch the first copy off of the press. But the readability issue really is that bad; I reluctantly would not recommend the purchase of this book.