I have the entire DVIDA international syllabus on DVD. I put together a club and we each bough 5 videos.
I highly recommend all the standard video's with Victor Vessaret and heather Smith (Hope I have the spelling right). They're excellent; well organized and lots of information about technique.
Corky Ballas narrating (he talks way too much and says little). Karina and Slavik demonstrating. They are terrific. I would avoid buying anything with Corky Ballas doing the dancing, they are outdated and he doesn't give much information about technique.
Shirley Ballas - an oldie but a goodie.
MICHAEL MALATOVSKY AND JOANNA LEUNIS
Body Basic and Touch of Africa. Good demonstration but very little technique. Good dance demonstrations at the end
JONATHON CROSSLEY AND LYN MARINER
Naturalism. Same thing, great demonstrations, but little technique explainaton. Also good dance demonstrations at the end.
All great to look at. Semi finals and finals. highly recommended, but for enjoyment, not for learning.
LEARN TO DANCE VIDEO's
Terrible, waste of money. Showing the same thing 20 diffferent ways. Don't they know we have a reverse button?
QUICK AND DIRTY GUIDE TO SALSA
Fantastic set. Rueda based, but well put together. The best salsa vids I've seen
JOSIE NEGLIA, AL LIQUID SILVER, ALBERT TORRES, SALSA CRAZY, SUPER MARIO. Some better produced than others...but not great. Too much wasted time. I do recommend the Oliver Pinder dvd's.
WCS I also say the Ron Montez ones are bad. So are the quebecois Mario. Just old and poorly put together.
DOWNLOAD VIDS DAILY
There is a site called http://dancescientist.com/
where you can download individual lessons for between $8 to $10 each. You can download them within minutes and watch them immediately. Teacher is Monica Olejnik. She's very good. They are mostly latin technique lessons on Rumba, Samba, Jive etc where she takes some basic technique and does a class on it. I found them useful