I am a big fan of the Better Homes & Gardens cookbooks - the recipes are pretty traditional and rarely call for exotic ingredients (i.e. things that are not readily found in my pantry!). This book does have a good variety or recipes. The chapters are: Pressure Cooker Basics; Soups, Stews, Chiles and Chowders; Poultry and Meat; Vegetarian Main Dishes; Vegetable Side Dishes; Desserts.
I *think* that this 2000 hardcover edition is exactly the same as the 1995 edition - the copyright date inside mine says 1995. So unless Amazon shipped me the wrong one, it's the same book. The hardcover is nice - it's spiralbound inside so it will be easy to cook from. But if you're looking to save a few bucks you can get the same recipes from the 1995 paperback edition.