Hi. I borrowed many multivariable Calculus book so that I can choose one for the next semester. The one I liked most is Multivariable Calculus by Ron Larson. It is full of graphics and colours, somthing that is essential to understand functions of two variables. The only thing is that it does not have any section for Taylor expansions for two variables... I also have Thomas' Calculus which has something about Taylor but it's not pretty clear.. but the rest is cool. I've also got Stewart but didn't like it. Adams' Calculus also treats Taylor for two variables but the whole book is black and white... pretty hard to understand graphs. All books cover almost same things... So what do you think? Am I missing some book which may have Taylor for 2 variables? Which one of the ones I mentioned would you recommend? Thanks!