I have the Pop Woodworking DVDs (well not all of them, just a couple
I found that they are great, but I keep misplacing them. I have the
- i.e. the magazines - in storage so I keep just pulling things out
I can read magazines everywhere, including the smallest room in the
house, if you
get by drift, and in bed before I nod off. DVDs don't do that.
I guess if you had a Kindle or iPad, you could get a e-copy of them.
change things up a bit as to where you can read them.
If you already have a collection of Fine Woodworking, you probably
on the DVD. On the other hand, if you don't have the magazines and you
can't think of
spending $149 on some neat new tool (I can offer up some ideas), then
I'd wager, that you will probably only view it about 3 or 4 times a
A better bet, to me that is even cheaper, is to sign up for Tauton's
paid access to
their website. ALL of the DVD content is on-line and it's great! I use
it about 10 or
so times a year and it's cheaper than the $149 for the DVD.