I might mention that I never learned Hebrew except a small amount in Hebrew school and Temple Israel in Hollywood when I was a kid. In yeshiva I did not spend any time on Hebrew at all. So some of my writing is the usual Talmudic kind of Hebrew you see in the Rishonim. Other parts are what I learned from the Old Testament which differs from the Hebrew of the Rishonim. And some of it comes from being in Israel. That is just a warning - since you might notice my style of writing varies. It is not two people writing. It is one person --that is I.
[The most obvious example is I take things like שנה to be feminine because of the Old Testament. שדה I take to be masculine. ]
Here is the link to the book on Talmud and also to the book I wrote before that on Bava Metzia
Ideas in Talmud
Ideas in Bava Metzia
My main focus is as you can see in trying to understand Tosphot.
Rav Shach has a focus on Maimonides and that kind of focus started with Reb Haim HaLevi [The Brisker Rav].