Gary Crampton has written a brief review and criticism of Bart D. Ehrman & Daniel B. Wallace in Dialogue:
The Reliability of the New Testament, Edited by Robert B. Stewart. In his analysis, he shows how both Ehrman (a non-evangelical) and Wallace (an evangelical) reject the view of divine preservation of Scripture as held by the Reformers and expressed in Reformed confessions. This leads to an upside-down, illogical approach to the New Testament manuscripts – an approach now embraced by the majority of modern textual scholars. You can read the rest of Crampton’s thoughts here.