Of course, there are some bones that one can pick with the editors of this book. There are findings in the literature not consistent with the ideas enunciated in this pocketbook that are inadequately considered. There are discrepancies about the role of dopamine in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia and the mechanism of antipsychotic action that call for an explanation. There are questions that linger. But to fault this succinct handbook for this lack of completeness would be nitpicking. The absence of any disclosure of potential conflicts of interest by the editors of the pocketbook and other participants in the symposium from whose proceedings the pocketbook was abstracted is, however, a notable omission. Furthermore, the question of whether the production of this pocketbook or the conduct of the symposium was supported by a commercial entity that may have potentially influenced their content is not answered. Notwithstanding this omission, this pocketbook is informative, current, and a pleasure to read.