There are a few minor annoyances associated with this production. When the application is launched, there is a loud train horn announcing the application. If you are studying at home after the family is asleep, you might want to make sure the speakers are turned down prior to engaging the video menu.
The presenter speaks well, but with little emotion and at a fairly slow pace. I did enjoy the few dry comments found throughout though (ie, the trendy iPhone comments in the IMAP section). This is perfect for many audience members, but I kept looking for a way to speed up the videos by 5 or 10%.
The menu options, as listed in the above section, are split across 2 DVDs. Neither the box nor the physical DVD lists the topics covered on the DVD. If I want to view the section for Outlook Web Access, for example, I am not able to check which DVD that topic resides on without inserting the DVD and launching the application.
When launching a video topic from the Train Signal menu interface, I am not able to force the product to use a new browser window. The application seems to default to a new tab on an existing instance of Internet Explorer. In addition, selecting another menu item while one was still playing did not reuse the existing instance, but rather opened another new tab leaving multiple videos playing concurrently.