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I've watched Banachek's PK Silverware and his PSI series on both my PC and DVD player, and haven't had any problem seeing everything clearly. Didn't notice anything 'dark' on either. Perhaps I'm lucky, or my video card is somehow set right for watching.

I also highly recommend for anyone here starting out, to begin with Banachek's stuff; both PK Silverware and the PSI series (with metal bending). ALL excellent material. IMO, the Bible of Metal Bending. Haven't seen Kuff's stuff yet; should have his DVD on Tues. or Wed. I've heard it's right up close to Banachek's material in quality.


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Banachek's DVD is much better for presentation and psychology. He really helps you understand HOW to present metal bending. Kuffs DVD is encyclopedic in nature. It offer numerous way to get the "work" in, and some routines to use those methods. I think Banachek, then Kuffs is the perfect order. Both are great (I really liked the Osterlind DVD as well).!

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