Anyone have any experience with the Princeton Review's LSAT prep book? Is it a good place to start?
If you're talking about Princeton Review's "Cracking the LSAT," then no. Don't buy that unless you need kindling for your fireplace. Also don't buy anything from Kaplan, Barrons, Arco, Dummies, or McGraw Hill. Most retail LSAT books SUCK.
If you're talking about Princeton Review's "LSAT Workout," no, I wouldn't start
there. Don't get that one unless you're consistently hitting above 165. If you are hitting above 165, I highly recommend it for games and RC.
If you're talking about Princeton Review's Hyperlearning books (that come with the course), they're great but won't do you much good without actually taking the course (which I do recommend, as long as you make sure the instructor is good--do your homework!).
Also wondering what source we will look to for our "official" practice tests!
If you're going to take a class or get a tutor, don't buy any official preptests--they'll be provided for you. If you're self-studying, buy all of them, including the SuperPrep, from Amazon or your local bookstore.