Yes, I read PLS, Law School Confidential, Delaneys, and anything else I could get my hands on. I also got the LEEWS CD's and Getting to Maybe which I feel were the best. I cannot over-emphasize the importance of concentrating on test-taking strategies. Spend as much time on practice finals as reviewing and outlining, and you will do fine. The legal reasoning will come to you naturally and there is a lot of memorization. Pretty much everyone will have approximately the same level of knowledge and understanding at the end of the course, but the most important thing is to be able to demonstrate your skills better than the others. You will probably get a lot of Getting to Maybe type advice in Applied Analysis, which I thought was a bs course, but looking back, it addresses what I'm saying here.