I don't like those You listed:[LIST]
*]Navaree Bible is sais to be for the lay people and it's not modern enough and way too brief. amazon.com/Navarre-Bible-Captivity-Commentary-University/dp/1851820795/ref=sr_1_13?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1342458430&sr=1-13 says that no books cite this volume. I allready have a work that deals at this level with all books of the Bible: forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=693081 <-- please feel free to post Your opinion there!
*]Ignatius Catholic Study Bible is a too brief.
*]Catholic Comentary on Sacred Scripture says that Paul was the author of Ep. And the best review on Amazon say that it's non-technical. The newest review on Amazon says: "Unfortunatly, this particular commentary as it discusses a passage generally simply restates what that passage says without any depth of analysis"
[/LIST]I have such commentaries as: Hermeneia, Berit Olam (Gn), New Testament Readings (James, Richard Bauckham), Paideia (Romans, Frank J. Matera), Herald Scriptural Library (The Gospel According to John, Pheme Perkins, 1978), Translations of Early Documents (First Epistle of Clement, W. K. Lowther Clarke, 1937). I don't like Anchor or Anchor-Yale Bible, etc.