I want to also say this is a great book. I have only been shooting matches since this summer, and reading this through I feel like I can put together my plan now for moving forward. I've read a couple of other books and so far this one seems to be the most straight forward and practical. It is really cool how it has a perspective from two separate shooters, but both agree it takes work to get "gooder".
I really like how the book focuses on getting better at being competitive, not giving me some magic bullet that will turn me into a Master level shooter. It takes some blood, sweat and effort. I totally appreciate that. The parts that I think will have the most impact on what I'll be doing are:
The 10 Drill That You Should Master
The 9 Misconceptions of Practical Shooting
Drill Categories and Their Use
It was great to see them make use of drills from other top competitors and then give me some input on why those drills will help me improve different parts of my game. I think this will help both my IDPA game in addition to USPSA.
A hard copy would be nice, but I'm pretty happy with the e-format as well.