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This book is full of useful information, but sometimes I found the structuring a bit weird. They would spend multiple pages showing you a way to do something, only to tell you that was the wrong way and then show you a different way. Also, through certain examples, they randomly stop explaining or completing the problem and don't show you a final version. Was frustrating. I learned most from the included online videos. Also, one time I dealt with Marty Stepp directly, and he was very terse and rude in his correspondence, for what it's worth. Sorry Marty. By Joel H
The bound version was out of stock, so I got the loose leaf. I was surprised to find the pages are more like 8" x 5" rather than a standard page, so it requires a 3"+ binder but only utilizes two of the rings. It would be nice if it came with a binder sized appropriately to the pages. With the number of pages, no doubt I'll wear out some of the hole punches in no time. Go with the bound version if you can. By Vanessa LoPriore