I have a Complex Analysis class, and I have to say that it draws a blank right now. Sure, I haven't had any problems answering any of the problems he has assigned. It still draws a blank anyways. I want to see things happen, which I clearly don't see. The class also has no textbook, but I bought some cheap one at a second hand bookstore for like $4. That's not cutting it though. This book isn't the greatest, but it has explained some stuff better than the professor did... that's because he doesn't explain. My biggest problem has to be with periodic strip stuff. Anyone has anyone got any good suggestions for a textbook? Anyways, I'll keep at it. Reading week (vacation) is next week, so I'll be sure to look over all my notes. Note: Also, a textbook with nice noble proofs would be nice. His proofs are just ridiculous and should be thrown in the garbage.