I took my first grad school statistics course. We were using a Maxwell and Delaney text, Designing Experiments and Analyzing Data (an impossibly convoluted text). My instructor,also my advisor, suggested this as a good supplement. It was. Between the two texts I pulled a B for the course. The SPSS portions are out of date, but that is understandable with publishing lag and the speed with which SPSS is updated. It is an excellent reference if you need to cite why you're doing a particular statistical adjustment or technique. I'm sure that I'll be using it for the rest of grad school.