Soooooooo after I got my ass kicked at the HNFI (Harman's North Fork Invitational), I decided I needed to step up my nymphing game. I typically don't fish for trout but maybe 6 or 7 times a year. I am learning that I need to go more. First and foremost, I enjoy it. Well love it really. Any fly fishing is great fly fishing. Second, I would like to go back to the HNFI next year. If I am to do that, I need to work on my game a little. So far I have only watched a little bit of the movie. It seems great. I have flipped through the pages of the book but haven't truly started reading it yet. Again, it seems great. It has a ton of color photos, is well laid out and easy to read. The back of the book contains a section on weighted flies, fly recipes and fly box organization. One thing I never thought of was how weighted your fly is. The author actually has several different boxes which range from no weight to heavy weighted flies. I saw the need for a heavier weighted fly on the Beaver Creek. My light weight bead heads just would not get down on the fish which were holding on the bottom of the stream. This is really my kind of book. From what I have seen so far from these two, do yourself a favor and pick them up. There is always something to learn!