The book I currently use for my class is not great with very few examples, watered-down theory, and is bloated. I've searched the forums and found that Halliday and Serway are well received, but I still don't know. Even though my course is supposed to be calculus-based and all the concepts are presented through calculus, the problem sets only require algebra and they test only on algebra. Based on this circumstance, are Halliday and Serway still good books to supplement my studies in E&M? Any other books you would recommend?