Bible Reading Plan This Year

So, I ran across a new Bible reading plan this year.  It's put together by a guy named Professor C. Horner.  You can find it here.  Basically, It divides the Bible into 10 sections, and you read a chapter from each section a day (10 chapters a day).  It's pretty robust, but the way it weaves different sections of scripture prevents monotony (I'm looking at you Numbers) and it's really interesting how different passages work together.  For instance, I read today in Genesis 34 about the city of Shechem and then I read about the same area hundreds of years later in Judges 9.  Kinda neat.  anyway, the ten sections aren't even, so you end up repeating some more often than others, which totally changes the relationships between the passages.  Pretty cool.