This guidebook helped us plan out our journey across Central America and provided us with the essential information needed. Having said this, the maps on the Kindle edition were often such poor quality that we couldn't read the writing at all and it is incredibly frustrating to have to flick through a whole section in a book to find that small town you wanted to spend a night in. The Kindle edition would most definitely benefit from more chapter dividers to make it easier to flick between sections and find what you are looking for.
In addition, it is clear that each country's section is written by a different person and bears no relevance to the last section. The guidebook often seemed disjointed which made it difficult to prepare for the trip as a whole. This was surprising given that this is a guidebook about Central America yet there were very few (if any) comparisons made between the countries (prices, language use, culture etc). It would have been useful to clarify certain terms at the start of the book and stick with the same terms the whole way through (i.e. Chicken buses, licuados, comedores etc).
In terms of accommodation, the guidebook often presented many of the places in a particularly pessimistic light, yet when we arrived in the town, there seemed to be plenty of (inexpensive) options (presumably these did not all appear in the last couple of years) so I could not understand why they even listed the terrible options, rather than selecting fewer, more appealing options. This was the same with listings of run-down towns that the guidebook suggested not to bother visiting, when we visited lovely small towns not even in the book. Surely it would be better to focus on what we should visit rather than what not to visit?
Overall, this book served us well and it was great to have a Kindle edition available, but of course, the electronic version comes with many limitations too.