Thanks for the comments. I'm glad to hear that we're thinking along
the same lines. I'm hearing the same from other quarters as well, and
I'm hoping that a unison chorus of comments may bring about some
improvement in future editions.
A friend of mine recently took a class with D.A. Carson, and he
commented to me off the record that Carson characterized the book as
"Good for poor Greek teachers and poor for good Greek teachers."
Characteristically caustic, I suppose, but an interesting assessment.
Best wishes for the Holidays,