The CRIV Sheet is available now. In this issue we learn about Ravel, the landscape of e-books in both law firm and academic libraries, the latest from VRAG, and updates from the CRIV vendor liaisons. Ravel is relatively new to the legal information scene and has been in the news thanks to a partnership with the library at Harvard Law School. Charles A. Pipins II from the Thurgood Marshall Law Library provides a detailed product review and overview. LLAGNY held a two-part webinar on e-books. Jim Murphy provides an in-depth review of the first part of the series, which focused on this issue from the perspective of law firm libraries. Kathleen Darvil of Brooklyn Law School provides an in-depth review of the second part of the series, which focused on the issue from the perspective of law school libraries. And we have an update from TS-SIS Vendor Supplied Records Advisory Working Group (VRAG). This group has been working with legal information providers to provide outreach and support to vendors who supply MARC records for their products. Finally, we are pleased to offer a new section to The CRIV Sheet where we publish the notes from the semiannual conference calls.