As someone else mentioned, the Chain Gang put out a couple of CDs with the first consisting of basic maintenance and the second was more advanced. Why not do that? That way you can address any bugs of the process in a more basic format before addressing the more complex issues. I'd recommend making the videos accessible via DVD that peoplepay you for but keep the cost down. If you are doing this to make money you will end up being disappointed when it all ends up on YouTube. I will gladly contribute to it but the fact is, the more accessible it is the more successful it is. Finally, and I mean this in the most admirable way possible, I think it will be helpful if you reign Joel in a bit on the techno speak. I don't mean this in any way to be disrespectful and I have nothing but huge props to the guy for his contributions to the community. I just can't imagine watching a video of how to change out my battery and holding a torqu wrench for 20 minutes as he gives a presentation on lithium vs AGM batteries. I'm being facetious here but you get my drift. I'm not a wrench and my eyes glaze over every time I read one of his posts but thats my own limitations and not any reflection on Joel. That's my input. Take it as you will but sign me up for a copy. I thinks it's a great idea and one I will definitely support.