I've been looking for a good QM book for a while, and I'm considering purchasing Morrison's book. I've already completed an undergrad QM course with Griffith's. I would like to find a book that is strongly oriented towards relating QM theory to the real world, rather than just explaining how to solve problems on idealized examples. I would especially like to have a comprehensive explanation of the experimental basis of the theory (what happened in the lab, how it was interpreted, what that led to, etc.), but examples of actual laboratory applications would be great as well. If you've read this book, did you find that it covered either of these topics well? I'm open to other suggestions. Thanks.