Got this in the mail last week and have reviewed it several times. Janich gets to the point by addressing how the material has changed over the years based upon the evolution of MBC training. I really appreciated hearing his comments in the beginning about how the material has evolved which, in my mind, is the sign of a great teacher rather than the holier-than-thou attitude of many mainstream martial artists who claim to have the end-all techniques passed down unchanged.
Janich presents easy-to-follow drills with a partner along with solo drills for home-practice while keeping it down to a handful of methods. All too often it happens that one can't get together with a regular training group, as in my case of being on the road a lot, and I found some extremely useful home/travel training aids in this section and recommend checking out his unique and low-cost methods. This section was a real highlight for me and covered material I've not seen elsewhere.
Lastly, this DVD was done by Stay Safe and is of superb quality due to the talents of videographer Mike Rigg. Crisp and to the point and an excellent reference for the knife practitioner.