For those of you on the business side of Dynamics AX, there's a new book out called Managing Process Manufacturing using Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009. Written by Scott Hamilton, this book explains the functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 that supports process distribution and manufacturing including scenarios involving discrete manufacturing.
In the author's words, "The targeted reader includes those individuals implementing or considering Dynamics AX as their ERP system, as well as those providing consulting assistance. The book content (400 pages) provides a complete walk through of functionality related to operations and supply chain management in process industries, and includes 70+ case studies."
I'm not a process manufacturing geek, so I can't really comment on its usefulness, but the book has received some good feedback from luminaries in the ERP space.