Matthew. PAI. Baker Academic, 2010.
Talbert's prodigious knowledge of Greco-Roman culture and sources is overwhelming at times. Still, this volume provides key insights into world which produced the Gospel according to Matthew, and it's concise, clear prose makes it accessible.
Mark. NIVAC. Zondervan, 1996.
As usual, David Garland's clear prose and careful exegesis has resulted in another excellent commentary. This work is the best commentary on Mark that I have read, and it is especially useful for anyone in a pastoral/teaching role.
Mark. ANTC. Abingdon Press, 2010.
Excellent literary and theological approach to Mark that is readable and concise. Not as in-depth and technical as larger volumes, but an excellent resource nonetheless.
Romans. SHBC. Smyth & Helwys, 2002.
Talbert, as usual, offers great Greco-Roman resources and insights. The weakness of this volume, however, is in its brevity. Talbert does not dedicate much space to opposing points of view, though he argues his points with rigor.