Okay, I've got all 3 of the core rulebooks for AD&D 2nd Edition in the hopes of being able to play. I may not play it entirely, as there are a few things I don't like (have to have 18 Int to learn 9th-level spells, THAC0 is slightly confusing, etc.), but I quite enjoy the spells themselves, as well as the simplified, less "tactical" combat compared to 3rd Edition / 3.5. As such, I'll actually be attempting to hybridize 2e with Pathfinder; I might post my efforts later in another thread.
Getting back on topic, I have a question about specialist wizards in 2e. The Players' Handbook has details for the Illusionist class, as well as a fairly basic table detailing the other possibilities. However, it does not have the same level of detail for those, which is a problem because the Illusionist class has one or two penalties that aren't listed in the table.
There are two official AD&D books I've seen online, and am considering getting: The Complete Wizard's Handbook, and Tome of Magic. Does anyone know which one of those (if either) has some more detailed information on the other specialist classes?