Love, love, love this site ..... have been using it for several years now. Also have been able to cross reference what I find on death certificates with burial information available for Catholic cemeteries in St. Louis. You're able to search the archdiocese's cemetery database by surname.
One of my favorite resources is Inter-Library Loan (ILL). When I can't find a genealogy book, magazine, or resource at my local library or online, many times I can order it through ILL. I usually can't bring it home when it arrives; must use it at my library branch, but I can make photocopies or take pix with my digital camera for future use.
Yeah... Google Books is really cool. I found a family history book that had been written by a 3rd cousin of my dad's mom about a year ago. It's out of print on amazon.com but google has the entire thing there in PDF format. :D
Sweet....The Utah death certificates site is cool. I found my Great Grandfather and Great-Great Grandfather. But the weird thing is it says on my great-great Grandfather's that his mother's birthplace is unknown....and yet.... I know exactly where she was born! WTF?!