I picked this up the other day and it was pretty interesting. I tells a lot about the early days of JG, and is full of personal remembrances and stories as well as interesting pictures and copies of letters and other documents. It's also a eulogy/testimonial of sorts to Bob who had died right around the time is was written. It's not that big, at about 40 pages but for 17 bucks the pdf download was worth it I think for anyone interested in the early days of JG, the PG scene, and the people involved in JG.
Get it from LULU here: