Example with a context:
Earlier this evening, I sat in the Salt Lake Roasting Company, a gourmet coffee roaster in Salt Lake City, and, over several cups of hot, fresh, delightfully aromatic Costa Rican coffee, scribbled the notes for this introduction. It occurred to me that selecting an Access development book is much like choosing your next pound of coffee beans: Without some sort of guide, one Access book looks pretty much like the next save for differences in their tables of contents and covers, just as two pounds of coffee from different regions of the world seem indistinguishable but for slight variations in their aroma and appearance. This book is different from the typical Access books sitting right next to it on the bookshelf. Some of the reasons are:
How do you understand that expression? Does that mean something like never mind their differences in the tables of contents and covers?