Karen -- I'll second the vote for Martin Evening's book on Photoshop for Photographers. Too many book on PS focus more on graphics. I also like Dave Busch's D700 book. I find him more thorough and easier to follow in terms of logic than any other camera guru. He also doesn't seem to be striving to become a stand-up comedian like a few. Look on Amazon and you can read sample pages. BTW - I'm with you on reading books vs. Nook/Kindle versions. Give me a book. (Except Nikon or General Motors owners manuals!) I can highlight, add notes, flip back and forth to things easily, etc. I have had Busch's book for more than a year and I pick it up about once a month now, and just open it and start reading. My on;ly gripe is that it is too heavy to read in bed! I invariably find something new to introduce to my shooting. Oh -- and welcome to the D700 world.