This is one of the better written "Weird" books out of the whole series. Granted, I think it is because the lack of reader submissions. It wasn't until this book I became very aware how much these books have transformed.
I pulled out Weird New Jersey at the same time I was reading this. It quickly saw how the formats had changed. The book was divided up in similar sections, but articles were more fragmented in the Weird New Jersey. This old style of having quick little blurbs were kind-of nice. It created a bigger mystery, making the subject more weird.
At the same time, I liked Weird Arizona since things were a little thorough. I suppose the only places I would have liked to see the same "fragmented" style that was in the original book, would of been in the Roadside Oddities, or the Abandoned in Arizona sections.
Regardless, I have a bunch of places I would like to go to when I venture out to Arizona next time.