The problem with all the "Jim Osborn" production assembly manuals is that they all have very large and heavy water mark stamps that completely cover all their illustrations (to prevent photo copying I'm guessing?). This water making is so heavy and prevalent that is is really difficult to sometimes even see the actual illustration details beneath. I wanted to copy and enlargen some views to use while working on the car (to keep from soiling the originals and to have a larger view available), but this is impossible without the watermarking completely dominating the detail depictions. For this reason I would NEVER buy a Jim Osborn manual again! If it weren't for that darn watermarking over everything, it'd be a good product.