The main thing that I noticed in the new version is that it comes with the Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament 28th Edition (Novum Testamentum Graece, 28th Revised Edition). The apparatus for textual criticism, however, does not come with Bibleworks 10 but must be purchased as an add-on. For $149.00 or so you get the Nestle-Aland 28th Revised Edition with the textual criticism apparatus as an addon. For the same price you get the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia with the textual apparatus ($149.00). But you can purchase the combined modules for $199.00 with the full textual criticism apparatuses for both. The purchase price for the base package for the Bibleworks 10 software is $389.00. If you are upgrading from an earlier version, the upgrade price is $189.00.
There is a bit of a learning curve for new users but overall the program is easy to use. Another thing I liked about the program is that it comes on a flash card instead of CDs. It is much faster to install for that reason alone. Also, I had downloaded and installed several free addons for background information including the Westminster Standards and the Three Forms of Unity. These were automatically added to Bibleworks 10 without having to do that work all over again. I'm sure this is true for any of the other free downloads at the Bibleworks site.
Keep watching for more review articles in the coming days and weeks. I am eager to try out some of the other features and most likely will be purchasing and reviewing the BHS and NA28 with textual apparatuses soon.
May the peace of Christ be with you,