The good news is that this book is tabbed very well and contains some real classics. If anyone has seen the book that supposedly contains the tabbed versions of the first four Iron Maiden albums, you will see that there are definitely some weak transcriptions out there. It has been enjoyable to learn such classics as "Aces High" "Revelations" and "Phantom of the Opera". The questionable to me is "Killers", "Bring your Daughter..." and the "The Evil that Men Do". Is the latter really that popular of a song, or does the band just like it a lot? The ugly is "Be Quick of Be Dead" and especially "No Prayer for the Dying". I just don't get it. Like other reviewers mentioned, there are just some very obvious classics that are missing like "Iron Maiden", "Hallowed be thy Name", "Where Eagles Dare", "Stranger in a Strange Land", and "Infinite Dreams", etc. I was fortunate enough to get a guitar magazine that had "Powerslave" in it. Instead of making another BS compilation album, Iron Maiden should authorize the release of individual guitar tab books for each of their first seven albums, and/or release the old "Powerslave/Somewhere in Time" book. I don't care about the other albums too much up until "Brave New World" (yes, "Fear of the Dark" is a good song that could have been in this book), but "Mother Russia" is a great song that never got the recognition it deserved. This book is definitely worth buying, but be prepared to get some good stuff with some songs that do not belong in a comprehensive anthology.