I have a set of Gould books that haven't moved from my bookshelf in over three years. I don't think they are as "user friendly" as LED or CPS. They are a good resource to have.
Personally I prefer CPS. I know they have many typos and a couple errors. I like how Rogers cites cases and articulates some of the cases applied to the laws. I had Pat Rogers as MV and Crimnal Law instuctor in my academy and I thought he was very knowlegable. I think the LED books are very good also. If you have the money and are that interested in reading :rd: , or understanding the law and cases then I would invest in both. I have a couple LED books which are good, I just prefer the way the CPS books are layed out. I guess I'm more used to the CPS books.