Used the book for Property last semester, lots of old cases that are tough to read in the beginning, cases get more interesting towards the end. Cases tend to be really long and dry. Unlike contracts and torts, the book does not use restatements so putting together the black letter law from the cases is difficult. The notes after the cases are OK, but you will definately want something that defines what the black letter law. The reading for future interests and rule against perpetuities was not very useful, so you will want to get some flash cards for these topics. Most schools have supplements available on reserve at the library, check out a few and see which complements the case book the best.