Looks good to me too - There are loads of PS tutorial sites out there maybe we should collect together a thread of the best of them:
Here's one of my favourites (I also like her books) http://www.myjanee.com/
and she is very responsive to email.
Another commercial site which is excellent is www.lynda.com
which has tutorials for lots of different applications (not just PS). It is a commercial training site and their CDs are not cheap. They also do a monthly subscription of $25 for access to all of their library (I am actually thinking of subscribing for a couple of months and then blitzing the site for the things I am interested in). Most titles (including PS) have a fair number of free tutorials which you can watch without subscription - some of which are really excellent.
Finally there is a really good 'class' site (www.lvsonline.com
) which runs taught classes in all sorts (including PS). The courses generally run for about 10 weeks and are very good and cheap as chips ($25 for your first course and $20 thereafter). You have to complete assignments and so they have the great advantage of focussing the mind and providing constructive help and feedback. I have done a few of their courses so I know they are well worth the money - especially if you are trying to learn something as complex as PS. Their courses aren't just beginners courses either which is really good. They are also good a negotiating academic level discounts for lots of software (sometimes unfortunately only available in the US).