Well, I got sick of hearing about "GTD" and decided to read it. I like to be organized and productive and since my job has many different angles, it is necessary. The book is good, but I'm not going to go full force on the method. It confirmed some things I already do ("the two minute rule") and offered good suggestions about how to process all the incoming information you receive. But as with any method you end up adopting things you really don't need. So I recommend you read quickly, steal what you like, and ignore what already have mastered. It has given me some tools to be more organized and productive, so in the end it was worth reading.