I appreciate these responses.
Verbum is correct that it does not guarantee the subject matter, however is a statement that nothing contained within violates Church teachings with regard to Faith or Morals (ONLY). There can be factual errors and even opinions, however these may not express error with regard to Faith or Morals.
Now, the subject matter at hand is a scriptural study reference. Sacred Scripture is most definitely a matter of Faith. Therefore, it would appear that the Imprimatur is required under this situation. This particular study series appears extensive and I would like to get into it, however I will not want to waste my time if it is unworthy of the Imprimatur.
I realize that it is possible that no Imprimatur is required. For example, the CA tracts did not always have the Imprimatur and they also taught with authority with regard to Faith and Morals. The only difference here is that the Sacra Pagina is specifically and exclusively dealing with the Word of God directly as its subject matter and the CA tracts mostly dealt with modern and current issues.
I eagerly await an answer.
p.s. Space Ghost, you pretty much summarized my concern in much better language. Thanks.