--- a/PDL/Book/PP.pod
+++ b/PDL/Book/PP.pod
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
 basics of using PDL::PP and the full documentation in the L<PDL::PP man
 page|PDL::PP> should be fairly easy to follow.
-=head1 Basics
+=head2 Basics
 In this section I discuss the basics of writing PP code using C<pp_def>.
 I will use L<Inline::Pdlpp> for all of my examples, including this first
@@ -46,9 +46,7 @@
 its dimensional signature and which data types it should support natively),
 and also the code for the core of the 
-=head1 Getting Started 
-=head2 First Example
+=head2 Getting Started 
 Let's begin with a variation on the canonical Hello World.
@@ -350,7 +348,7 @@
 the output piddles as arguments, but I'll explore that in one of the
 exercises rather than boring you with more details.
-=head2 Exercise Set 1
+=head3 Exercise Set 1
 So far I have shown you how to write basic PP code that prints values to the
 screen or returns values. The great thing about PDL::PP is that this code
@@ -403,7 +401,7 @@
-=head2 Specifying Dimensions and Using Explicit Looping
+=head3 Specifying Dimensions and Using Explicit Looping
 Exercises 1.2 and 1.3 demonstrate that PDL::PP automatically loops over the
 values in a piddle for you. What if you want to do some sort of aggregate
@@ -831,7 +829,7 @@
 sections of code PDL::PP threads over. I have also shown you how to access
 specific memory locations when you have vector representations of your data.
-=head2 Exercise Set 2
+=head3 Exercise Set 2
@@ -865,7 +863,7 @@
-=head2 Tips
+=head3 Tips
 These are a couple of things I have learned which help me make effective use
 of PDL::PP, but which did not sensibly fit elsewhere.
@@ -1153,7 +1151,7 @@
-=head1 Recap
+=head2 Recap
 In this chapter, I've covered the very basics of using PDL::PP to write
 fast, versatile code. I have covered much less material than I had hoped,
@@ -1163,7 +1161,7 @@
 Good luck, and happy piddling!
-=head1 Appendix A: Installing Inline::Pdlpp
+=head2 Appendix A: Installing Inline::Pdlpp
 The PDL installation always installs L<Inline::Pdlpp>, but that does not
 mean it works for you because L<Inline> is not actually a prerequisite for
@@ -1190,9 +1188,9 @@
 Once that's installed, you should be ready to work with the examples.
-=head1 Appendix B: Solutions to Exercises
-=head2 Excercise Set 1
+=head2 Appendix B: Solutions to Exercises
+=head3 Excercise Set 1
@@ -1326,7 +1324,7 @@
-=head2 Exercise Set 2
+=head3 Exercise Set 2