This is the kind of book I've looked for as an undergraduate while taking my complex variables course. This book covers the fundamentals of complex analysis - analytic functions, integration, differentiation, infinite series and products, and residue calculus - using the oh-so-familiar but oh-so-very-effective method of theorem-proof-examples with short discussions inbetween. Since this text is so well organized this alone makes it a valuable asset. But this only comprises half of the book - the other half introduces uses of complex variables, including fourier series and transforms, asymptotic expansions, ordinary differential equations, Green's functions in potential theory and many other things - a real goldmine of information, for a very low price, too! Granted, you won't find graduate-level discussions here, but this isn't what this book is meant for - undergraduates. This isn't to say this book isn't rigorous - terms such as "normal convergence" and "compact set" do occur in the book. All-in-all, this has everything you'll need unless you intend to pursue higher-level courses in complex variables.