Hi Enoch, EBC is what it is and great value. If you are using it on a lap top or desk top, then you have all kinds of options how to display it and the bits you use.
I am one of those who tend to use iOS devices as my main tool. for non bible modules, we can only display one and in the case of EBC, they are synced but I have to switch between the two modules by choosing which module I want displayed together with flicking to other resources. I am not sure that having both combined would be an advantage as the technical and other notes are not exact. It is not a great hardship to switch modules, but it would be nice to have more windows on an iOS device, coz EBC is only an example of the iOS 'limitation' between the bible and non bible texts, (my ESB comes with text, study notes, foot notes and references, so 4 windows or zones would be good). But as I have said elsewhere, this raises a problem for the developers as ipad screens could cope with 4 windows but iPhone couldn't which means additional development to have two more diverse iOS apps.
Hope this helps and makes sense.
Edited by ukfraser, 25 June 2014 - 02:43 PM.