I'll second that, Hakukani. I think someone would need to take elements from several books to create a method that a majority of people would be happy with. Personally, I would really like to see something like this. Arban's, Klose, Lazarus, Baermann, etc. were written a long time ago. Of course, they are still valid and great books, but they don't reflect changes in music over the past 100 years.
That said, I still work out of my Universal Method for Saxophone by Paul DeVille every day.
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