Forgive the shameless self-promotion. I’m selling three volumes of the Dictionary of Classical Hebrew on Amazon.com for $100 each. Check out the price listings at used.addall.com:
While $100 is not cheap on a scholar’s budget, the price is not bad in comparison to others. These volumes are nearly new. They only have a few bumped corners and very light shelf-ware. All three volumes are listed on my Amazon Storefront.
David J. A. Clines described the method behind the dictionary’s madness in On the Way to the Postmodern: Old Testament Essays 1967-1998, Volume 2 (JSOTSup, 292; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998), 602-12 [link]. See also reviews/critiques here, here and here.