Before the beginning of my senior year in medical school, I bought "Churchill and Livingstone's Basics and Practice of Surgery". I did a lot of internet search, and this seemed to be the best Undergraduate choice. When I read that it was Davidson's surgical equivalent, I just had to buy it. However, it was a huge disappointment. And when we started senior year, turned out we studied Surgery far more detailed than it was in this textbook. So I'm hearing a lot about "Bailey and Love" from my Professors. And it's really huge, and looks pretty decent. So I won't rely on net research no-more. I need 1st hand opinions. Actual Surgery Residents, Cheifs, and Interns. Which Surgery textbook is the best? It's kinda urgent, coz I'm about to pay a huge sum of money to get "Baily and Love" tomorrow. So if anyone has any better alternative, PLEASE BY ALL MEANS, tell me. Thanks a lot Here's the one I bought before (not detailed at all): http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0443064938/surgicatutororgu And here's what I'm paying for tomorrow: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0340808195/202-8306425-5467047?v=glance&n=266239 Anything better?