Agree with Charles - good solid forums are much better than a printed guide. Always seem to me that it was funny that the older generation felt if it was put down on paper and published somehow if was more correct or true
In this case is IMHO far from true and any good forum today should run rings around the source mentioned but many will follow it just because it's "easy"
As mentioned before in those threads of "why isn't there a nice easy list of all of the details" its because we continue to find out more and more and few in the past focused on all the differences. The only attempt that has not been focused on a particular model or engine never made it into print (have a copy of a draft) I'm aware of is over 3 inches thick- does not include the differences between the plants or suppliers, covered one year and only covered items in the engine compartment (non-engine related items and details)
Been approached many times over the years about these sorts of projects and found that they would require me to drop all else and focus on a single area of the hobby. Then once in print I would only be frustrated that it didn't include everything or was out of date before it ever went to print
These products always start with an owner or hobbyist filling a need or passion for their own use and it grows from there.
There is always the balance between easy and good. Normally easy isn't so good