I bought the leather copy of Scott Hahn's study Bible last year and it has been a blessing to me as I learn more deeply the meaning of what I am reading, how the NT is connected to the OT and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. I bought the Kindle version a couple of weeks ago and am very pleased with it. I did not know how to navigate to the notes until I read one of the feedback about the kindle version. Looking forward to Scott doing the same thing for the OT.
I also have both the printed edition and the Kindle edition. I use the Kindle edition all the time. Unfortunately, it has a lot of garbage characters and missing hyphens in the footnotes (e.g., ranges such as 31-33 show as one big number 3133). Still, the book itself is awesome in any edition.
I'm confused. Some previous Amazon purchasers, as well as yourself and the original poster, have stated that they bought the Kindle edition of the Ignatius New Testament Catholic Study Bible. But as of today (10/30/11) I don't see the Kindle version offered anywhere on Amazon. As a matter of fact, underneath the book's cover photo for the print editions, it says "Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle". What gives?? I've searched Amazon, I can't find the link to buy the Kindle edition. Has Amazon discontinued offering this bible in the Kindle format?