Artscroll has just produced the first volume in their planned 10-year project of translation the Talmud Yerushalimi. Jpost comments: "Revolutions like these in Jewish scholarship are rare and can often only be best appreciated with considerable hindsight. Yet in the relatively short amount of time that Artscroll Talmuds have been appearing in study halls and Jewish homes around the world, it is clear the Mesorah publishing house has offered a valuable contribution to the spread of Jewish study. By unmasking this vast yet historically under-appreciated text of the Talmudic period, this series is sure to be recognized as an important and necessary step in the evolution of Jewish scholarship."
Will it impact on study habits, curricula, the "Jewish Bookshelf"--who knows?