Great reviews pdellorto. I explored your blog a bit more after reading them and found more useful information. Good premise behind it and I plan on checking it out often.
Thanks. I try not to "push" the blog around here much, but since I already wrote the reviews I figured they'd help. Glad you find it useful.
Yeah, another thing is, and i've been guilty of it myself, is to get too much at one time.
I think we all do that. You really need just a little more information than you have now. You get too much at once and you can't process it all. Worse, you can get distracted by each book/DVD/article and you don't really take the time to digest what you've gotten from each one.
But KPj is right - if you've got more money than time, get MM and I/O; if you've got more time than money, dig around first on the web (I mentioned a couple places) and then move into those.
Here's the Core Performance and Ron Jones sites I mentioned:
http://www.coreperformance.com/knowledg ... rm-up.html
http://www.ronjones.org/Coach&Train/Bod ... index.html
The Core Performance one is really handy because it's plug-and-play. You can just try it out, and as you learn more (from MM and I/O, for example) you can swap out stuff for variations or something that helps you better.
Hope that helps,