Which speed studies book?

Forgive me if this has been answered in the past, but I need to ask: What speed studies book do you recommend for someone who writes pre-Anniversary more consistently than Anniversary? (Mostly, I think the short forms and conventions are faster.)

I have a 1920 Anniversary Speed Studies book, which I find useful for a lot of phrasing, but, because some of the brief forms are different from pre-anny, I find myself double checking the older system to be sure what I'm thinking is right.

Maybe there is nothing that's that great in pre-anny speed work, but I was just wondering if anyone has suggestions?

(by wordwrangler2 for everyone)

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