Good day, brethren. I am getting ready to be isolated deep in the Rocky Mountains for a week. The space for books is slightly limited. I can't haul John Gill's massive six volumes and Calvin's 22 volumes around the mountains, I was thinking of taking Poole's commentary or possibly Matthew Henry. I ashamedly haven't spent as much time with Poole as other commentators. I have a few questions. First, has anyone come across any quirks in his expositions or some particular instances you didn't agree with him? I personally have not in my limited dealings with him. Secondly, I know he wasn't able to finish his "Annotations" as he did with his "Synopsis" and others finished the following parts: Isaiah 59-60 – John Jackson Isaiah 61-66, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Gospels, 1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians, 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Revelation – Dr. John Collinges Ezekiel, Minor Prophets – Henry Hurst Daniel – William Cooper Acts – Peter Vinke Romans – Richard Mayo Ephesians, James, 1 and 2 Peter – Edward Veale 1 and 2 Thessalonians – Matthew Barker Philippians, Colossians – Richard Adams Hebrews – Obadiah Hughes 1, 2 and 3 John – John Howe" Did these individuals compile the commentary on these parts from his notes, as was the case with Henry, or did they voice their own expositions? If so, is there any noticeable differences of quality in their expositions versus his? Hopefully this makes sense. If not, I'll try to clarify it further upon request.