I listed my Third Edition because
I do not want to have two copies of the same title. Aboard Seaweed,
there's simply not the space for extras. And too, I know for some
folks a 3rd edition will suffice.
Goodness knows I want the newest
version. From reviews, the 4th edition seems to be a step up, with
lots more electrical information. I'm working with upgrading my
electrical (aren't we all?!?) and tweaking the components of
Calder's book should help me do it properly.
Of course I don't anticipate being
able to understand everything immediately. Calder's takes study. The majority of the time mine comes out is when stuff is
going wrong. Then I read, look through the troubleshooting charts,
and figure it all out if possible.
Sometimes I can even fix the
myself. Those are good days.
That's it for today -- just a brief note
suggesting you spend money. In the long run you'll save --
guaranteed. If you could buy through my
link that would be wonderful. That's a hint folks!