I would like to suggest to add the Sacra Pagina Series, by Liturgical Press. The general editor is Daniel J. Harrington.
The webpage of the series is: http://www.litpress....ries.aspx?ID=14
The following info comes from the webpage:
This series presents fresh translations and modern expositions of all the books of the NewTestament. Written by an international team of Catholic biblical scholars, it is intended for biblicalprofessionals, graduate students, theologians, clergy, and religious educators. The volumes presentbasic introductory information and close exposition, with each author adopting a specific methodologywhile maintaining a focus on the issues raised by the New Testament compositions themselves.
The goal of Sacra Pagina is to provide sound, critical analysis without any loss ofsensitivity to religious meaning. This series is therefore catholic in two senses of the word: inclusive inits methods and perspectives, and shaped by the context of the Catholic tradition.
I am a happy user of the 4th Volume: The Gospel of John, by Francis J. Moloney. It is a fresh look at the Fourth Gospel, that traces the point of view of the implied reader, the one that is gradually shaped by the narrative while the Gospel is being read. The link to The Gospel of John is the following: http://www.litpress....ISBN=0814658067
Like the Pillar NT, The Sacra Pagina Series hasn't been completed yet, but it is approaching completion.