I referred to the Az fletch in the second post, works okay... Very easy BUT consistency comes when you use the same Bitz for each vane on each arrow. When you use several different jig's you can end up with different results and slightly different flight patterns of each arrow even if you attempt to find the nocking point of each shaft prior to fletching them... I have had many hours upon hours of conversation with Josh at Spot Hogg about this and IMO if you care about your equipment to the Nth degree, use the same jig for each arrow, use care and take your time... It's kind of like fly fishing and art... It's not about how quickly you can do it, but the enjoyment of knowing your equipment, it's tolerances and how well you can create each one When you are done, they are your most important field tools.
Sorry about the book! Only my opinion out of many as I wish only the best results and I have made plenty of mistakes till i found what worked well for me... Happy fletching!