I am looking for a title on introductory physics meeting criteria that are seldom met these days. Concise, ideally 500 pages or less Not cluttered with lots of extraneous boxes and such. (This ties into the first criterion.) Has at least partial solutions in the back Calculus-based but not exceedingly formal In addition to the standard Galileo / Newton fare, covers electricity and magnetism, some physical chemistry, relativity, quantum mechanics. The only criteria that are non-negotiable for my purposes are conciseness and the use of some calculus. Everything else can in principle be sacrificed. Unfortunately, textbook authors seem to be paid per page anymore. That is why this search is not easy. All suggestions meeting these criteria are welcome.