Over the past couple of days, I've been prepping all my Bible programs for fall semester in seminary, and here's a few additional observations I wanted to share...
I'm really impressed by how clean, uncluttered, and user friendly the Accordance interface is. I've hooked up a gorgeous 27" monitor to my MacBook Pro, and I'm using it to create workspaces for my Greek and Hebrew classes. I'm amazed at how much content I am able to fit in each Accordance workspace all in sync with each other and without any of it getting in the way of my primary texts I'm using. I'm able to keep open all my required classroom materials, as well as keep a few additional texts and tools in parallel panes and zones for fun, and yet I can still easily focus on my required and primary texts and tools easily. I don't know how to easily do this in any other Bible program, even Logos. While I could simulate a workspace in Logos with the same texts and tools, there would still be some additional visual clutter in the way that's just not there in Accordance. It even led me to purposely purchase some modules in Accordance format I was thinking of getting in Logos format simply because Accordance's interface gives me a cleaner, more fluid workflow.
On the other hand, I still had to make some purchases with Logos this summer as well. My required Greek textbook wasn't available in Accordance, but was in Logos, in addition to a few additional textbooks. Instead of wasting money and space on print books, I decided to purchase them in Logos format so I can easily use them in papers, plus the iPad syncing allows me to still read them comfortably.
So bottom line is, I'll be using both programs for seminary this semester, Logos for the textbooks that aren't in Accordance and Accordance when I need to dig into the Biblical languages in a simple, uncluttered, powerful interface.
I just consider both tools in my toolbox. Each tool has a different function for a different job.