I am currently planning to get a book on Real Analysis for self studying before diving into my 4th year real analysis course. The standard textbook for my 4th year course is Stein's Measure, but I do not like much about abstract measure introduced near the end. Perhaps because I am currently taking 3rd year real analysis course in the level of Pugh with some other additional materials.
Anyway, I am considering one of the followings: Folland - Real Analysis, Bruckner, Bruckner, Thomson - Real Analysis, Yeh - Real Analysis, Kantorovitz - Introduction to Modern Analysis (and maybe Cohn - Measure Theory)
(Note: Royden is omitted because I am waiting for 2nd printing and waiting so that I can get it cheap from some website (like abebooks), so 12 pages of erratas are all fixed)
Which book do you think is most suitable for self-study? (My 4th year course is cross-listed, meaning it is equivalent to first year graduate real analysis course)