OK, I am getting ready to purchase a couple of MCAT study books as my free ones were lost in the flood. I am trying to decide which kinds. I found some Cliffs notes books that seemed really good as far as quick review type material goes. They were somewhat detailed, but they dont really get into the intricate details, esp. w/ biology. Then they had the big MCAT guides that are minimal review material, and lots of practice test. I was really drawn to the Kaplan book($60). I like that it has a CD, and lots of practice tests. (I know practice makes perfect as I took the ACT 4 times before I ever made my 29, but I realize that you cant take MCAT that many times). Anyway, I guess I am going to get the Kaplan book, and a couple Cliffs notes reviews to catch the stuff that kaplan doesnt review. But I would like an idea of just how detailed or tricky the MCAT probs are. For instance, take genetics, all I have had is what I learned in Bio 2. And some of the problems can be pretty tricky. Would one be likely to see a really tricky one, or you basic punnet scquare type probs. I really dont see myself going back and relearning all the stuff again(I am taking 16 hours enxt spring, and I do have a life), so is the quick review that a cliffs notes type book would preview enough? How about the examcrakers series? Thoughts?