The term "Torah" means instruction and offers a way of life for those who follow it; it can mean the continued narrative from Book of Genesis to the end of the Tanakh, and it can even mean the totality of Jewish teaching, culture and practice.Common to all these meanings, Torah consists of the foundational narrative of Jewish peoplehood: their call into being by God, their trials and tribulations, and their covenant with their God, which involves following a way of life embodied in a set of moral and religious obligations and civil laws (halakha).

A treasure trove of commentaries, ready to copy into a document. Almost identical to the previous site, but occasionally has new resources.

Most of what you'd find in a mikra'ot gedolot - Rashi, Ramban, Ibn Ezra, Seforno Siftei Chachamim, Kli Yakar, etc. For example, this site has complete Shulchan Aruch with nekudot!

Also Barternura and highlights of the Tosfot Yom Tov on Mishnah, and Gemara, Rashi and Tosafot. Also The Mishneh Torah has some basic commentaries interwoven (לחם משנה, מגיד משנה).

But it lacks the straight Rambam that the first site has. A PDF of every daf in Shas (Moznaim Vagshul edition) which prints out better than E-Daf's.

Also, the text of gemara, Rashi and Tosafot is available as text (without tzurat hadaf) which can be copied and pasted into a word processor. Cut and paste-able text for Shulchan Aruch and Mishna Berura.

The letters in parentheses will bring you to the text of the Mishna Berurah and the asterisks will bring you to the Biur Halacha.

Tanakh (accessible by perek), Mishnah (by masechet), Tosefta (by masechet), Yerushalmi & Bavli (by daf and amud), Midrash Tanhuma, and Mishneh Torah (by sefer and perek). But click on פרשנים in the floating box on the left and you can get Rashi AND Ramban (in Hebrew) on every pasuk. )For /year you can get access for Spertus's online resources.

Click on הפסוק במאגרים אחרים and get hot-linked cross-references in the Talmud and Rambam. While it is true they no longer have access to Bar Ilan (see above), the other resources are very worthwhile and include Otzar Ha Chochma, the DBS database and JSTOR's Judaic Journal collection and several more.

If I did not have access to JSTOR from work, I would get it for that alone.