I've experimented with most all of those worthy of my time. I will make the following suggestions to you: You'll have to find it as a used book, but in my 35+ years of teaching the golf swing the only one that will really help you is "Swing the Clubhead" by Ernest Jones. It is very easy to understand and if you can do what he tells you, you will be on your way to a good golf swing and an enjoyable golf career. If you are highly technical, athletic and can follow Dan Shauger's instruction book of Michael Austin's swing technique, you will learn to hit the ball far & straight. If you wish to see his swing technique in action watch a PGA tour event where Don Johnson from Myrtle Beach is entered. If you decide on Dan's book & DVD, tell him that 'TR' Rose II sent you to his website. I believe in his swing method and you should never end up with a back problem from swinging a golf club.
I think the number 8206 is a Wilson Putter number. I have an 8201 in perfect condition.