Accordance's sale offer for this set finishes today. It includes 58 volumes; not, of course, those commentaries not yet published but also not certain commentaries - just Judges? - that seem to have been published? Concurrent with this offer OliveTree are offering a "60 volume" WBC set which apparently does include the Judges commentary. Although the OliveTree offer will be of no interest for anyone wishing to use the set as part of (or with) their Accordance experience and tools, can someone please explain why the Accordance offer seems to be missing at least and possibly two volumes that are available through OliveTree? I see that Logos offer (at a much more expensive price) a "59 volume" WBC set which, however, also does not include Judges. Could OliveTree be wrong in offering Judges - I appreciate that is for me (and not Accordance) to check with them - or is it the case (this seems unlikely) that Accordance (and Logos), unlike OliveTree, do not have rights to the Judges volume?
I would also be interested for any users' views about the value of the WBC set. I am aware of criticism that it is not sufficiently loyal to its supposed (or claimed) evangelical outlook but that is not a problem for me. I already have (from Accordance) the AYB and Hermeneia set and am wondering whether to add the WBC to these sets before the attractive Accordance offer closes.