This may be a silly question, but for those that read Big/Papa robbins, how do you do it? I didn't read it for our 1st exam, but felt that I didn't learn a whole lot so I started to read it for our second exam but found myself bogged down in the details - as in, I felt obligated to "take notes" while reading it and then ended up with a huge word document that is practically useless. For those that read Big Robbins, do you just read it (like read for the sake of reading with some highlighting/underlining)? do you take notes? do you just annotate class notes if you think something's important or better explained in the book? Some of my classmates are reading Big Robbins, some read small & some aren't reading it at all (sticking to BRS or Goljan & class notes). I know it's different strokes for different folks, but I can't seem to find my rhythm... Any thoughts on how to manage Big Robbins is greatly appreciated.