Okay, I'm settling in to using my new a6000 and realizing there is still a lot to learn for me both on the many features of the camera (over and above my previous a3000) and on general/advanced photography practices and techniques. So... I've been considering doing the academic thing and picking up a book (eBook, to be precise) on how to make the best use of this camera. There seem to be two major books on the a6000, Gary Friedman's and David Busch's. (Sorry about the iBooks links rather than Amazon links, but Amazon doesn't seem to have a Kindle version of David Busch's and there are several negative reviews on Gary Friedman's re: the Kindle version formatting, etc.) So, I was wondering if anyone had experience with either of these books and recommendations as to which might be a better choice for someone not entirely new to photography but needing to learn A LOT. I have David Busch's book on the a3000, and while I have found it useful, I did note some errors that would seem to come from copying material over from other previous E-mount cameras. Such copy-and-paste content concerns me as it seems to be a recurring source of negative comments on both books. For that reason, I am somewhat leaning toward Gary Friedman's book at the moment (since copying material from his older books won't really affect me as much since I do not have any of his earlier works, unlike with David Busch). Any input or thoughts are welcome and much appreciated. Thank you all once again!