O.K., inclement weather season is headed our way, which means little shooting for me. I hate being wet or cold or, even worse, wet AND cold. "Roughing it" to me is when room service closes before 2 a.m. So I figure it's a good chance to catch up on photo processing. I still haven't learned LightRoom4 enough to be comfortable in it. Actually I haven't learned LightRoom3 enough to be comfortable with it, either and it's already obsolete. So I need a book. So I look at two, Kelby's Adobe LightRoom 4 Book for Digital Photographers The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Book for Digital Photographers (Voices That Matter): Scott Kelby: 9780321819581: Amazon.com: Books And Victoria Bampton's LightRoom4 FAQ Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 - The Missing FAQ - Real Answers to Real Questions Asked by Lightroom Users: Victoria Bampton: 9780956003072: Amazon.com: Books Since I have Victoria's FAQ for LR3 and I need a good "start to finish" LightRoom manual, I decide to order Kelby's first. Except that I apparently didn't. I've been waiting five days, got the shipping/tracking information from Amazon, and a box was delivered today, two days ahead of schedule. With the Bampton book in it. Yep, I reviewed Kelby, I ordered Kelby, I tracked Kelby...and received Bampton. For a week I've been misreading the order confirmation/tracking information from Amazon. Not that I didn't want Victoria's book...it's just that Scott's is a better "start to finish" manual. Victoria's is a wonderful "How Do I...." manual. As George Gobel used to say, "Criminetly!!!" I really should learn to read before ordering any more books. Regards, Jim *(Yes, I ordered Kelby's book today. And I double-read the confirming order email from Amazon).