Well, I took the test today and passed it! ... If I get an evil manager that refuses to let me use documentation then I am doomed, but I should otherwise be fine. Besides, I doubt that there are very many real life situations where you are given 5 variations of the same command and have to choose the one with the correct syntax ...
Congratulations on passing!
One thing to remember is that for most tech jobs the expectation is that staff know a wide range of products (Good chances your network admin post will have you looking after some Juniper/Extreme/Foundry etc etc too). It isn't so much knowing every single undocumented feature or quirky wierdness out there, but knowing where to go to find that information. A manager doesn't need to know every single detail of the job function/team he is managing, but he does need to know which team members have the various skills to get stuff done, and you need to approach situations in the same fashion. Get to know the Cisco site layout, tech support areas, main independent support forums (start lurking and making note of answers to their FAQs) and how to go about searching for info. You'll find most CCIEs still having to look up references from time to time.
The Cisco books are very good, but as with anything nothing beats hands-on experience and time in the field. Start preparing now for the CCNP. Get the router sims, maybe even buy some cheap routers off eBay or from liquidation - setup a home network with various protocols, then maybe ask a mate to serial in and break something for you so you have to diagnose & fix. This is a great way of learning without having your salary on the line.
Good luck with the job hunt.