Re: So what are the good Juland "resources"?
Do any of the books you mention (besides Campbell, which does) discuss the Royal Navy's problems with brittle AP shells and volatile cordite propellant?A couple of older books are very good reads and sources of information. "The Riddle of Jutland" by Langhorne Gibson, published in 1934, and "The Battle of Jutland" by Commander Holloway Frost published in 1936.
The memory of Jutland was still green then, and Battleships were still considered the most important ships in the fleet.
While neither has the technical data or the damage detail of Campbell's book, they are both more passionate, and set the scene much better. Gibson's book especially reads like a novel at times and is very descriptive.
Another good, but older, source is "Jutland and After" by Arthur Marder. Wonderful Maps and Charts in this one. Plus, as the title notes, goes into some detail of what happened after Jutland, (Blind Mans Bluff scenario)