I, in general, use Lonely Planet books to plan our trips and have found, in general, the information to be reliable and helpful. I bought the Lonely Planet Greece 9th Edition (2010) to plan for our trip to Greece in Oct 2010. Although this new edition was helpful I found it to missed some valuable information, for example the list of tour companies in Athens was not organized in what they offer to give more clarity to the reader and missed also to mention some big and reliable tour companies like Walking Tours. We wanted to include a visit to the Cyclades Islands, in particular Santorini, and because I have an older edition of Lonely Planet Greek Islands 2000, I was hoping to get some newer information from the 2010 edition. To my surprise, the information provided in both editions about Santorini was very similar, very limited number of places to stay was mentioned, there is no reference to places to stay in Firostefani and Imerovigli, and it is very easy to stay in any of those and to reach Fira and Oia from any of them. There is a beautiful cliff top walkway all the way from Fira to Firostefani to Imerovigli to Oia, very easy to do part of it walking, or all of it, or combine sections of it with a bus ride (which is what we did), the only reference to this pass in the Fira section of the new edition is almost saying `don't do it'. Authors should give the facts, all the facts, and leave the readers to make their decisions based on all the facts provided.