I would like to add on to the positive comments about this book. I am fairly familiar with Nikon cameras having shot digital for a while now. I also had the book for the D300. I decided with the D7000 to start at the front and work through.
I have already benefited from a couple things I didn't think about before: 1) Deleting selected images. I often have deleted one by one, had I not reviewed this basic section I "already knew" I would not have challenged my methods of deletion. I now may use the multi-selection then delete all selected at once as an optional method.
2) File naming, I changed from DSC to D7K. But, after reading Darrell's method, again, I thought harder about my way of doing things. I now use "7K0" and will change to "7K1" at first roll over. At a glance this will allow me to see quickly the rough number of shots:
7K0_0838 = 838 shots 7K0_4572 = 4,572 shots
change to 7K1 at roll over (9999) 7K1_1233 = 11,233 shots
change to 7K2 at next roll over (9999) 7K2_1233 = 21,233 shots 7K2_4568 = 24,568 and so on.
Anyway, I know I will benefit from the rest of the book. I just wanted to say I am already benefiting from the first few pages and am looking forward to working my way through the whole thing. Even the sections I think I already know I am sure I will pick something up.