I began using the New Geneva Study Bible back when it first came out in about 1995. The name was changed a few years later to the Reformation Study Bible. It was originally offered with the New King James Version translation, but they later changed to the English Standard Version when it became available.
In either version it is a great study Bible. Of course, Reformed Baptists will have to excuse a few points of disagreement, in particular the advocacy of paedobaptism, but the shared agreement on the most important doctrines and interpretations of important passages is well worth the purchase ... especially at this price! Here is a brief description from the Ligonier Ministries website:
Widely considered one of the best tools available for Bible study and previously only available in the New King James translation, The Reformation Study Bible has been updated to the readable and accurate English Standard Version (ESV). This foundational resource was created by more than fifty scholars and features thousands of in-depth study notes, 96 theological articles, 19 in-text maps, and 12 charts to help you understand the Bible better.
The Bible measures 9 ¼ in. x 6 ¾ in. The type of the ESV text is 10.25 points and the study notes are approximately 8 points. This is the study Bible for the next generation of reformers.
P.S. Sorry for posting this so late. But at least you still have two days notice.