My friends wife emailed me(exchanges cc'd to my wife) a 10 Volume NT Dictionary that is "designed for the intermediate to advanced Greek Scholar" wanting to know if I thought it would be a good birthday gift for him. He is a lay person who does not read or write Greek. I then recommended (some with PB's help) a few different commentaries, complete works, Rev. Keister's commentary page, and lastly one of my favorites, Accordance Bible Software. I'm curious to know what you would have recommended. Keep in mind this would be a gift, so although it is certainly more economical to go read Henry's or Calvin's commentaries online for free, a six volume Henry set is a much better gift. What sayeth the Puritan Board?