Tony Reinke has been doing some helpful work over at The Puritan Study, examining the question of how to use the wealth of Puritan literature in expositional studies.
(Part 1) The Delights and Pains of a Puritan Study
(Part 2) The Rules of a Puritan Library
(Part 3) The People of a Puritan Library
(Part 4) Why our effective use of the Puritans begins with our Bibles
(Part 5) Print book searches
(Part 6) Electronic searches
(Part 7) Using the Christian Classics Ethereal Library
(Part 8) To Quote or not to Quote?
(Part 9) The Strategy of Building a Puritan Study
(Part 10a) Concluding Thoughts