I wish to learn stability theory, but I don't know what in stability theory (and possibly related areas) from which source.
I've been reading Pillay's Introduction to Stability Theory just because my friends were reading it, but I struggle to read that book.
I'd like a book that gives motivations and/or big pictures, i.e., a book with nontrivial amount of prose.
Marcija and Tofollori's book seems good in this regard, but its exposition is focused on $\omega$-stability only (which might or might not be OK with me for now). I don't know anybody recommending that book, either.
I'd like a book with few errors or at least with a public list of errors, since I feel greatly frustrated and unmotivated by errors. Tent and Ziegler's book satisfies this criterion. It makes an interesting choice of explaining simplicity first. I am not sure if studying simplicity first is good for me.
What do people recommend to a student trying to study stability theory?