What use is Passing Your ITIL Foundation Exam now?
How many revisions of the ITIL V3 Foundation syllabus have we had since Passing Your ITIL Foundation Exam was published? It must be pretty badly out of date by now. [Update: TSO's ITIL Foundation Handbook was revised in June 2009 to fully comply with the May updates. But Passing Your ITIL Foundation Exam is still dated November 2007.
Update update: A new version of the book is available: Passing Your ITIL Foundation Exam (updated to 2009 syllabus)
The rest of this post is obsolete now: here for historical record only]
The offiical ITIL V3 Complementary publication Passing Your ITIL Foundation Exam - The ITIL Foundation Study Aid Book was published in November 2007. The latest Errata for it are dated December 2007. By my count there have been at least two revisions of the syllabus since then counting the simplification going on right now (see "ITIL V3 Foundations effectively put on hold until May 2009? ").
Somebody more expert than me, please comment. Just how close is the book to the new syllabus? Is it still useful as a study aid? I'm sure it is still an excellent introduction to ITIL V3, but...
P.S. I'd like to sell it to you new but it is not listed as new on Amazon.com, though it is on Amazon.co.uk. TSO need to learn how to list properly on Amazon - not being on the US site must cost them dearly. I have personal experience of just how badly disconnected Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk are, but a publisher the size of TSO ought to be able to make it work.