Has anyone seen the new book PowerScore is putting out, the "Logic Games Bible Workbook"? It's coming out on August 28. Apparently it will have 30 actual LSAT games from tests between 2002-2006, all worked out with diagrams and explanations. This is in contracts to the Logic Games Set-ups Guide. The main criticism I've heard of the Set-ups Guide is that people want more than just a diagram. This new workbook sounds like the answer. Anyone interested? Any thoughts?