It's becoming clearer to me now that my worst section is RC. I've already got the two bibles for LR and LG, and those have done a world of help for me. My Powerscore course is covering RC but not in super detail, so I'd love to get my hands on a book so I can apply some more strategies that might help me.
I've done some searching and supposedly Nova's Master the LSAT is the best book around for RC advice.
Should I go forward with this book, or are there any others you guys would recommend?
There really isn't a book for RC like there is for LR and LG. A few books are often brought up as useful - the Nova book, Kaplan 180, and Powerscore 2004 LSAT Deconstructed strictly for the analysis are the ones I see most often.
ExamKrackers released a book specifically for RC - http://www.amazon.com/ExamKrackers-LSAT-Reading-Comprehension-Examkrackers/dp/1893858529/ref=sr_1_16?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1209997302&sr=8-16 - which I just ordered last week and based on the reviews on that site I don't know what to expect, but its worth a shot.
Other than that, book wise, its probably going to be one of the four that I wrote above, at least until Powerscore gets their RC bible out and that probably will take the crown.