I watched both DVD's and overall Hank is easy to listen to but the content was on the light side. The 2 DVD's could have easily been combined into 1 had he focused on training material and not anecdotes and name dropping.
The videos would have also benefited from additional production, graphics, slow motion, etc to reinforce his key points. The videos are basically streams of consciousness from Hank, where Hank talks to the camera as if it was the viewer. The part I found most interesting was his description of the 9 types of ball flight and how to achieve them but he rushes through that part and I don't feel he explained it in sufficient detail. Based on his examples, in order for a lefty to hit a draw, the club face should be 1* open to the target and the swing path should to the right (outside) of the target, 2 degrees. I'll give it a try next time I hit the range.