Do I need to say anything more? No, not really, but I will. I bought a Moleskine with watercolor paper in it. The paper is thin enough make a book you won't burn through too fast, but thick enough to paint in. The book is small enough to be easily portable, but large enough to make whatever you want in it and not feel cramped. It's sort of a "widescreen format" if you will, and I just love that. It couldn't be more ideal. I think it's the best thing since the Hi-Tec-C. I highly recommend this for anyone else who picked up the habit of working heavily in your sketchbooks from Barron (Storey). That's the word.