As a Protestant with small c catholic sensibilities, there is much to like about this book. I made over 400 notes in the margins.
The writing is clear, the scholarship is impressive, and the various charts and graphs add a lot to the text.
It is ecumenical in the best sense of that word as it interacts with much scholarship outside the Roman Catholic.
There are certainly areas of disagreement like the immaculate conception and whether Rom. 3:1,2 about the Jews being entrusted with the oracles of God is significant for the extent of the Old Testament canon. I think it is whereas Pitre and Bergsma do not.
All in all, it is a remarkable achievement and one I will be recommending.