First of all, I apologize if something like this has been asked before, but I'm probably retarded with use of the searching (i.e. I can never quite pick out the right key words.) Anyway, I'm a fairly new 6-stringer and I have been revisiting all my old lesson books to get me back up to snuff to where I was before I stopped taking lessons (I took lessons for 3 years in high school before going to college) and hopefully beyond. Thus far I have been using my method books (4-string method books) and multiple manuscript books of teacher and self-drawn drills (which have stuff for both 4 and 5-string) nicely and extrapolating those drills to my six, but to be honest, I'd really like a more comprehensive method book geared towards 6-string playing. You can call me lazy if you wish, but with PhD studies and all, I don't get all that much time to practice and I feel a more comprehensive method book for 6-string might allow me to utilize my cognitive resources more efficiently to get more out of my practice time. This Hal Leonard book and CD seems like something up my alley, but given that most (if not all) of you are better and more experienced bassists (and ERBers) than I, I wish to ask if you think it's a helpful resource and/or if there are better method books I should consider. http://www.bassemporium.com/item.php?sku=HL00695221 And, not that this may matter, but I'm one of those guys who actually enjoys doing scales and drill material. Thanks muchly.