Hey There Kathy S13,
I just wanted to second your point about the nature of the question, it's form if you will being as important as the interpretation. A confused question will often result in a confused answer.
I can say that of all the occult books I have used, The "I Ching Workbook" by R. L. Wing pub. Doubleday has really been a life save, and I mean just that, and a good friend that doesn't flinch when an unwelcome truth about a behavior or situation needs to be told. I look upon the "Wing Ching" as it is affectionately nick named as an old and valued friend. I started consulting it, when I met crisis face to face in 1981...a gift from a young woman who told me how much insight it had helped her gain...I have kept all my queries and resulting hexagrams. Even used graph paper to chart the from hexagrams to the changed ones. The way my question hexagrams cluster with the changing is to me, most fascinating. Mr Wing also wrote another book "The Tao of Power" which I haven't gotten into nearly as deep. But, when I need it, it is there to help me simplify. Being relatively new to this medium I was somewhat doubtful about I Ching readings via internet and the readings result or my interpretation was, it all depends on the seeker, how is the question asked, what it your state of mind, etc. I find the method that evolved through me when I do a session to be really more of a thirty minute meditation and the method I use (three coins, etc) more of my way of honoring the Tradition, a personal choice that just feels good to me and nothing more. Thanks for letting me blather on and thanks for giving "The Wing Ching" some much needed attention.