If you have not caught wind yet of Sebastian Gardner's (University College London) work on Kant and German Idealism then you might want to look at his homepage. There you will find some of his lecture notes, which have very comprehensive bibliographies, some of which are annotated (see especially his German Idealism Lecture notes (2005-2006). I've noticed that his Routledge Guidebook to Kant and the 'Critique of Pure Reason' (London: Routledge, 1999) is showing up in more and more syllabi and footnotes. I've always found this work clear and insightful, especially given its introductory nature. Gardner also has a book in the works on Fichte and Schelling (Routledge). According to Amazon, this book will hit the streets in January of 2009.