In addition to blogging and giving lessons (please contact me if you're interested!) I also record videos for ChessLecture.com. The topics have often been diverse, but I did a series on the world champions, presenting two games by each, with an eye to showing not only the quality of their chess but also how we can learn from their games and even put their ideas to work in our practice. That series has been packaged into a series of three two-disc DVD packages. All the ChessLecture DVD offerings can be found here; if you're only interested in checking out my work here are the direct links:
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Some years ago (in 2002) Russell Enterprises published The Magic of Chess Tactics by GM Karsten Müller and FM Claus Dieter Meyer. It's an excellent though advanced book, presenting complicated tactical positions that offer a great deal of aesthetic pleasure as well as a great workout for the serious and strong student. (At least 2000, I'd say, if you want to most profitably use this as a for chess training.) It's a fine work, but it can be a little difficult at times checking through all the variations on a set.
And now, you don't have to. Russell was good enough to allow Müller and Lamprecht to reissue an updated version on DVD with ChessBase. It contains all the material from the book, with a few recent additions and analytical updates, plus a pretty healthy number of the exercises presented in video format. (This is not instead of having them in game files, but in addition to it.) Müller presents 37 games/excerpts in video format, which makes for a really nice bonus. What you get, therefore, is an updated version of an excellent book with some terrific extras, so if you were inclined to get the book in the first place - or if you got it but underused it due to the perceived inconvenience - I can heartily recommend this DVD.
More info here.