Any dopers who have read Days of War, Nights of Love?

That is, the coffeetable book on anarchism by CrimethInc. Any opinions on it? I think it’s too utopian, naïve and contradicts itself too much. It doesn’t really offer any practical solutions to its own ideas. For a book on anarchism, they take a stable economy of the activist too much for granted. Everyday life today IS limited and even dangerous if you don’t have any money. Of course they romanticise danger, but that only gives me the feeling of them being spoiled brats with “painfully peaceful” lives… Any other opinions?