Some Haynes manuals are brilliantly lucid guides to working on vehicles - unfortunately (for me!) this is not one of those.
There is a writer called Peter Shoemark, responsible for several Haynes publications which I have used in the past, who has an instinctive empathy for the DIY mechanic. I almost feel he is there at my shoulder as I work on the bike. Jeremy Churchill and Mark Coombes are not in the same league. The way their manual for the VFR is organised is confusing and lacking basic information (it doesn't even confirm which model of battery the bike takes!), and you run the risk of wasting a lot of time and experiencing considerable exasperation if you take it as your guide. For example, I have just spent the entire afternoon trying to remove the rear brake caliper from my VFR with this so-called manual to hand. It completely omits to mention the removal of two bolts which would have saved me a lot of time, nor to mention that removal of the rear wheel will make the job a whole lot easier.
Junk, written by people who cannot put themselves in the position of the user - get a Honda original manual instead.