I'm a freshman Physics major, currently studying intro Electromagnetism. I've recently started trying to get ahead of my school curriculum, so I'm working my way through Purcell instead of Giancoli, which my class uses. Anyway, I'm loving Purcell. It pushes me, since I'm not used to problems of that depth, but I can still get satisfying answers to all of them, even the ones in the back, if i work at them. But I'm starting to realize just how lame my mechanics introduction with Giancoli was in comparison. So I'm looking for a mechanics book I can review that's more at the level of an honors freshman course like Purcell is. I looked at Berkeley Volume One already, but its organization and style just rubs me the wrong way, I can't seem to get into it. Multiple suggestions are appreciated, since my library might not have some books. Thanks.