Hello all, I am looking for a good calculus-based textbook to self-teach Physics 1 from. I have Halliday but I find it slow-going and too tedious for me, not in depth but in repetition. I have already taken a Physics 1 class at my school, but my school's physics department is rather dreadful and so I'd say I know less than a quarter of what would be covered in a normal high school physics course (AP that is). On the other hand, my mathematical skills are quite good for my age, having completed all single-variable calculus and basic multivariable. As a result (or maybe seperate), I find Halliday too slow and Feynman's lectures too conceptual (though brilliant in their own right). So I was hoping that I could be pointed towards a nice Physics textbook, the key thing being that it is Calculus based to the greatest extent possible. Thank you.