I am in the middle of a slightly ambitious attempt to learn Analysis on my own. I skimmed through Rudin(Baby), Chapman Pugh, William Wade, Stephen Abbott and Strichartz and ended up preferring the Elements of Real Analysis by Bartle over the others. This might probably surprise you but I am someone who prefers the classics and I enjoy the systematic presentation and the enjoyable writing. More importantly I like the fact that the whole book is based on the space $\Bbb R^p$ and does not extend to general metric spaces which I think will help me in a first course (so that I can picture the arguments geometrically).
I only just finished the Topology chapter. But (maybe I'm wrong) looking at some questions posted on this site I can't help but wonder if there are enough exercises in Bartle's book or if the ones in it are sophisticated enough. I can't really go for another book for the problems since everything I've found is either based on metric spaces or just the real line.
So I would love it for someone who is familiar with Bartle to tell me if there is another supplementary text with more/ better exercises or if I actually need one?