I'm not trying to start a controversy, but has there really been that much development at the New to justify a new guidebook? I'm just curious. Besides a few 14's, and 5.13 headpoint trad lines what could possibly justify this new guidebook? The last guidebook by Williams was amazing, but I can't see why we need another one. If there has in fact been an explosion of new route development I'll be on the first flight back home in the Fall with the new guidebook in hand.