The Dake Study Bible is a King James Bible with copious, copious study notes by Rev. Dake who I believe (though I disagree with him on quite a few things) was a good man steadfast in the teaching and study of scripture and in prayer. Dake also wrote a number of other books that describe his views more systematically. “God’s Plan For Man” is the biggie - a book I never managed to finish.
Basically Dake’s views on Biblical interpretation start from the standpoint that everything in scripture (except Jn6!) must be taken literally unless that is impossible. From that standpoint nearly everything Dake says is completely correct.
However as Catholics we don’t start from that standpoint and so we and Dake don’t see eye to eye on the meaning of scripture. And of course for Dake, scripture is the sole authority so we disagree about lots of things related to that. There’s other things we disagree about too.
In pre-Catholic days I got into the Dake Bible, while rejecting some of his ideas. In preparing Bible studies for groups it was wonderful and many of the notes challenged one to live uncompromisingly for Jesus - he doesn’t teach OSAS so you actually have to do something rather than just sit back for a free ride!
Even now I find that if I want to know what the Bible says on a subject the index in that study Bible is an extremely useful tool and some of his notes are fantastic. I only wish there was a Catholic Study Bible with as many notes, discussions (and as good an index) as that Bible - and still be available cheaply. My hardback Dake Bible was $20 brand new. I’ve also got the Dake software on this computer containing all his works - bought very cheaply (and extremely luckily) on Ebay.