So I know that a similar question has probably been asked about alternatives or compliments to this book, but I think my situation is different enough to warrant slightly different advice. So I've just completed a course that used this text and I've read it pretty thoroughly for the most part, but I didn't learn everything as well as I wanted (maybe that's normal), probably because some days I was slightly less motivated than others and so my knowledge is better in some areas than others. I want to close the gaps obviously, but I'm not sure I want to just re-read the text, not for a few weeks anyway.
Could anybody suggest another book that treats linear algebra in a similar theoretical fashion (less emphasis on matrices), or should I just wait a week or two after the semester is over to re-charge and just re-read sections from this text?
Also, I've had two semesters of real analysis, and am planning to self study functional analysis over the summer, will this afford me a chance to plug a few of the holes? As in, do a lot of the more fundamental results in linear algebra also pop up in a functional analysis text? That way I could possibly kill two birds with one stone?