Yes, there is one big UO tourist book. I am not impressed as an employee. I am considering writing a new book with the 'real deal' as seen by an employee who actually has access to other employees for knowledge, lore and information. I think a good time to publish would be a few months prior to the launch of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter as there will be an upsurge in people coming to Universal Orlando. Do you think this has potential? After all, people buy 'that' damn book so why not a new one which actually is written by employees with a full website and... perhaps, forums. Tho I think I'd rather leave that to ya'll than start ANOTHER forum about this. For those who have read the 'guide' thus far, are you happy with it? What do you think it needs more or less of? Do you value an employees unadulterated opinion even if they are trying to be positive about rides they don't like? I certainly don't want this to be a fanbook of UO, but I also don't want to slag on attractions that I don't like personally, but if writing a book about UO, you kinda have to be positive about the attractions, but reasonably so. Perhaps comments from real people about how good or bad a ride is so people can judge for themselves? Would you be interested in a DVD guide to attractions with some on-ride cams? An employee has the resources and contacts to make a real and true "guide to UO". I just need to know if there is a market for it, which I know there is, but what would make you decide to buy the current guide versus an 'employee' guide? This is all about gathering information from people who have bought the book and your experiences, positive or negative from it. I hope to learn from ya'll a bit about what you like and what you didn't. Any help or comments would be appreciated.