I've been down to these two books on classical mechanics, and I can decide as to which to choose. I've heard that the David Morin book has rather nice problems, but isn't quite that excellent with the explanations. As for the book by Daniel Kleppner and Robert Kolenkow, it seems to be good with the explanations of the subject in itself, but doesn't have solutions to the problems (I've seen the Preview). However, David Morin also has another book, solely on problems and solutions on Mechanics - would that cover all, if not more, of the questions on the actual introductory mechanics book itself? I'm not sure as to which of the following combinations I should go with: 1) Kleppner and Kolenkow's, supplemented with Problems and Solutions on Introductory mechanics by David Morin 2) Just David Morin's "Introduction to Classical Mechanics". Also, if you know of any nice follow-ups to those books that might complement a university physics course, do tell me! Thanks!