Which Commentaries, continued

From Jeremy Pierce (thanks, Jeremy): There are two other books that I've found somewhat useful. John Glynn's doesn't say much about each one he lists, but he has some pretty comprehensive lists, including forthcoming volumes. David Bauer's includes more content about the ones he highlights, though he often leaves out important ones, and I don't as often agree with the ones he picks as best.

I've not seen either of these before. Glynn's is published by Kregel and Bauer's by Hendrickson. The links are for Amazon. You can also try Booksamillion and compare prices.