You mentioned that you read 300 books on eschatology. Could you provide us book reviews of the most notable counters to your position and show where their arguments aren't truth-preserving?
It's also interesting that you came on PB to attack premillennialism. There are maybe 3 premils on it. I am one of them but I waiver sometimes. I agree with Michael Heiser: every eschatological system cheats to make it work.
I see that you are both determined to derail this thread and sidetrack this discussion away from Scripture. I am not going to bite the bait. It is suffice to say: your refusal or inability to address some basic biblical queries testify to the non-corroborative nature of Premil. That might be a reason why so few posters here hold to the theory.
If you want notified when I do publish on this subject, I would be happy to email you. I have 19 years of research and still digging. My argument has never been who or who does not hold to one given position, albeit the vast bulk of Reformed writers since the Reformation have held to a climactic coming of Christ. My intent was to request corroboration, something that has not been forthcoming from any of the 3 of you.