I am considering purchasing the 15 volume Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament.
My wondeful wife says to "go ahead", but I have my reservations.
I currently own the New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis by VanGemern, as well as the Theological Lexicon of the Old Testament by Jenni and Westermann. I also own Koehler & Baumgartner and, for good measure, the 8 volume Dictionary of Classical Hebrew. (Not everything I had expected, but when they published only one volume every 2-3 years, the price didn't hurt so much)
Would TDOT be of that much extra benefit to justify the cost (some $1100 or so)?
Could those who have used it please give their comments.