Can anything more be said about the book of Acts?

While reviewing the FPress website and blog, I came across this post: The one Bible book churches study most. Within the brotherhood, multiple commentaries and study books have been written about this important Bible book. That’s not even counting works from outside the church of God.

No disparaging of the book is intended. Professor Horner’s system of Bible reading, for example, includes Acts, by itself, as one of 10 groups to read every day. He is certainly right to do so.

So here’s the question: Can anymore more be said about Acts? We of course can and must do much repeating of the book’s message. But has everything been said that can be said or written about the book? Are there any more insights to be gained?

What do you think?