2011 Draft Guide (ISS): Is it worth it?

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  1. McManked

    McManked Ooh to be a Gooner

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    I recently stumbled upon the ISS website, and found that it offered a draft guide booklet for $60, or $50 for the online version.

    I was wondering if anyone had ordered this in the past, and whether it was worth ordering.
     
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    I ordered ISS in 2009 and have read pretty much all the other services at 1 point or another (Redline, McKeens, THN, FC) and would say it stacks up well. In my opinion it depends on what you are looking for and how many guides you plan on getting. ISS is CHOCK full of info and takes the most time to read. I would say it is probably best if you are getting only 1 guide as it is pretty thorough. When I got it in 2009 I had already read THN, McKeens and FC and at that point all of the info in ISS almost seemed like too much. They are all good, and yes I'd say ISS is worth the $, but I wouldnt get it in conjunction with multiple others as there is too much overlap. Just my opinion.
     

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