While Chassidism as a whole is easier to research in philosophy/history/concepts, the dynasty system and the distinctions within each community seem to be somewhat of a mystery to me.
Certain groups like the Satmar or Chabad are well known and their philosophies and beliefs are easier to research as a result. Other communities tend to have fewer resources (at least what I could find) and knowing what separates their practices from other Hasidic dynasties has been hard to come by.
I know these names and I know general things about such groups but I don't have a definitive explanation about how a Ger is different from a Belz and Bobov and so on. I assume there are more obvious difference than purely a name.
Things like dress distinctions are more obvious but actual philosophy and variations in minhagim aren't so obvious.
I was curious if there was a definitive article/book/video/etc. which tries to give a more detailed explanation of various chassidic dynasties and how their beliefs and practices vary?
Does such a resource exist?