Bob's is lousy for inlets.
It suggests only a few to go in and out, when there are probably 4x as many that are worth doing. I have gone in and out of his "dangerous" inlets more than his "Class A" inlets. It's like the book is written for someone driving on a highway who has no experience on the water
and can't read a chart.
I'm not so impressed with the book in general either. It's nice to have, to keep track of your mileage, but it realy doesn't give you any anchorages
that are any better than pulling over behind "marker number 120" and dropping the hook. Or... studying the chart and finding a good spot.
Also there are things I need (Yanmar parts
, a haulout at a DIY yard, to mail out some things) and nothing like that is shown in Skipper
Bob's anchorage guide.
For inlets, even Skipper Bob suggests the following:
Inlet Chartbook: Southeastern United States, by Steve Dodge (ISBN 09-3226567-7)