Smudgy does it cover all the types of movements. I am looking for one book that has a lot of Schematics on the different brands. I have the basics of how a watch movement works. I want a visual to study as I work on watches.
Tech sheets would be the way to go. I don't know of any volume that would cover what you are looking for, with the possibility of a reference for swiss watches being sold by J Boel(I think). I haven't actually seen the volume but descriptions lead me to beleive that it would have some indications of parts and functions (possibly with exploded diagrams) for the makers of not for individual models. If you understand how the mechanisms work you really shouldn't need schematics for every movement you work on. Just give it a good look over and make sketches of anything you think you may forget or be confused about later. DeCarl also published a book on complicated watches that may be worth looking into if your concerned about the complications mechanics.
Jack, it depends on what type of watches you are interested in repairing. If you are into wrists, there are a series of repair tech sheets from ETA that give a detailed visual of the movement parts and give some advanced directions on dissembling and re-assembling. If you're into pocket watches, I'd recommend one of the earlier editions of Practical Watch repairing as the earlier editions have more pocket watch material.