Hello all! You'll see, I am self studying physics, and have already finished with Kleppner - Kolenkow mechanics (complemented with Morin) and Griffiths electrodynamics. Now I think I am prepared for QM, but I do not know which textbook is better for me. I have reduced my options to Griffiths or Zettili. 1) Griffiths. Pros: I LOVED his electrodynamics book, like conversational textbooks, like his style (I am a teacher as well), plan to continue with griffiths intro. to elementary particles (so I guess his QM textbook is the best for it). Cons: Many people seem to dislike it, they say it often confuses students. 2) Zetilli. Pros: Many people here seem to like it, many solved problems. Cons: Seems to be much more advenced than Griffiths, maybe not an undergraduate or intro text (which is what I am looking for). What do you think? Anyone of you has used both books and can tell me something? Thanks!