We have heard it a zillion times, "There is nothing minor about the minor prophets. Minor refers to the size of their books, not their message, ministry, or impact." But one thing is not stated that needs to be: It is a lot easier to preach through a minor prophetic book than it is a major one!
Many of us who do so, do so in sections or summaries, often with omissions. I am completing a series in Isaiah 40-66 that I have broken into three sections, spreading out the series over the years. I did a number of sermons in Jeremiah, and I once did 25 sermons from Ezekiel. There is so much good preaching in the major prophets!
But of the major prophetic books: Isaiah, Jeremiah (we can include Lamentations as part of Jeremiah), Ezekiel, and Daniel, which is your favorite? And you migh share why this is the case, and any experiences you had either sitting under a series on one of these books or preaching such a series (or teaching/being taught).
You might also comment if, in your experience, the major prophets are given enough "air time." They take up a large chunk of the Bible -- are they preached in proportion to their size?
Personally, I am pumped up about them all. For those of you who choose "other," please explain. I have tried to make "other" impossible for you "other" addicts!