I would recommend two books on the topic. The first is Venture Deals
. This goes through a lot of the mechanics of venture backed companies. The second is Founder's Dilemmas
. This book deals with the primary tension on an entrepreneur between wealth and control. It examines this dynamic between founders, early employees and investors.
Finally, I would echo Kate's advice to find a good lawyer that specialize in venture backed startups. Going with a known venture backed legal firm will help you more than a complicated set of shares. One of the important idea about legal work is that if you make up a very unique stock structure, every deal you interact with will have a lot more overhead and rounds with all the legal teams involved. Those rounds are costly. They also might scare away good deals because the VCs might not understand them.
Focus on creating and capturing value. Allow your legal team to help protect the value you have created and captures.