With great expectations I preordered this bible two months ago, and it finally arrived last week. This bible has all the great features as advertized, but unfortunately I found it too bulky to be carried around. The fonts are also too small to read comfortably.
I hope Zondervan would consider publishing a revised version by: 1) Reducing the width of the book, use NASB only, forget about the paraphrased NIV, and 2) Increasing the size of the Greek font. If necessary, they might also consider: 3) Removing the G/K number row and the dictionary at the back, and 4) Removing the parsing info row as well. [...]
The objective is to reduce the size and to improve the portability of this excellent work. A size and weight such as the NASB Study Bible is marginally acceptable. Anything bulkier will reduce this bible to a desktop reference. With excellent bible software such as Bibleworks, Pradis, etc., I personally find little use for a desktop reference bible.
I'm giving this bible a low rating for its poor readability and portability. However, if you're looking for a Greek interlinear bible, this one might be the best one among those on the market today. Since Amazon has good return policy, you might want to order a copy and decide for yourself.