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I've not tried them but doesnt your CS3 come with a suite of Adobe tutorial Videos ? Maybe worth checking out ?
The difference between CS2 and CS3 of premiere pro is - with respect to a premiere-newcomer - irrelevant!!
So You could by the best books concerning with CS2!
Greetings from austria - kurt
the videos are excellant for new users as well as people that have been useing Adobe for a while, the videos come with your program disks and you don't need to be online to view them, they show how to use all the CS3 product line
I have been subscribing to www.lynda.com - they have on-line training for PPRO, Encore and soundbooth, and I like especially the PPRO. They are not free, but they are good. You can try some for free and then subscribe if you want for a month, 6 or a whole year etc.
I find the included manual quite sufficient for learning, provided you go in sequence, work with the program to try things as you learn them, and look up the definition of any words or abbreviations that are not clearly understood.
I find a book handy. I fly a lot and there are huge chunks of time when all electronic devices must be turned off. And there are times I like to sit out on the Lanai and read.
I helped out with one of the Peachpit Press books "Visual QuickPro" but I think the Lynda.com books might be more interesting.