Something bothers me a bit about this question, which asks the answerer to directly compare four books by two different authors. Perhaps it is the questions
Can someone comment on these books?
Which one is better? My criterion are well-organized and comprehensive.
which strike me as subjective and argumentative. (The other question about whether one book is outdated by another can be a statement of fact, and I think is reasonable.)
While I welcome questions of the nature of reference requests and general book recommendations, this one strikes me as extremely close to "comparison shopping" and would have very limited interest (Too Localized). Parts of the questions can also be answered by doing a Google search for book reviews (meaning that the OP hasn't done his homework before asking) and without providing more objective criteria, I don't think the "well-organized" and "comprehensive" part is answerable, beyond pointing the OP to the Table of Contents of the four respective books and ask him to check whether all the topics he is interested in are present.
What are people's thoughts on this question?