I've very much enjoyed reading some Thomas Manton lately, so naturally the 22-volume set of his works caught my eye as a worthwhile thing to acquire at some point. Depending on how much else was going on, it would provide 2-11 years of trenchant Biblical exposition. But I have the SGCB edition of Ussher's Body of Divinity. Now I love Ussher. He is clear and forthright, willing to say things flatly that other people might just hint at or wonder about. In many places, he's brilliant. But I am not sure that I've ever seen a worse job of editing a text for publication. On more than one occasion the word "benefits" appears as "arenefits", and other OCR errors and inconsistencies abound. If you have the SGCB Manton set, would you mind commenting on whether the editing is equally horrible? I'd rather read a scanned version from Google books than feel embarrassed every time I opened any of the 22 volumes.