Many students like Examples and Explanations for Evidence. A friend of mine thought it was unhelpful, so he studied without it and and got an A.
There are a couple of good books with practice multiple choice questions, which are generally helpful because most evidence exams are multiple choice. Make sure you get one as updated as possible, because the Supreme Court's Crawford decision changes the analysis on some of these answers (on a related note, when you cover the confrontation, read Crawford first). If it's not updated for Crawford, make sure you keep that decision in mind when you answer hearsay questions.
I don't think the other commercial outlines are helpful for this class.
on a refreshing note, nothing you do in the upper level is as complicated as the most difficult things you did first year.