1. Offensive open stance forehand.
2. Offensive neutral stance forehand.
3. General footwork techniques (not specific to forehand).
4. Court positioning/basic court geometry (not specific to forehand).
1. Killer Forehand could have greater emphasis on the technical details of the open stance forehand, e.g. how and when to jump, how and when to use hip rotation, differences between defensive technique versus offensive technique, differences among various follow through motions.
2. The numerous annoying clown acts combined with inadequate scene selection from the menu makes the video hard for me to tolerate re-watching multiple times.
3. The video doesn't explain how to compensate for low versus high balls, short versus deep balls, or fast versus slow balls. The video over emphasizes taking big swings, which I believe may result in inexperienced viewers hitting a lot of unforced errors.
Bollettieri also covers footwork and court positioning in his much better Nick Bollettieri's Stroke Instruction Series: Bollistic Backhand DVD video. For a more focused video on the open stance forehand, I like USPTA The Modern Forehand.
The target audience for Killer Forehand is probably aggressive intermediate level players. I think beginners and casual players might be happier with Consistent Tennis Wins ( The Original ) or John Officer: 50 Quick Tennis Tips (DVD).
Overall the video has a lot of good content, but for me the material was easier to learn from the combination of Bollettieri's Bollistic Backhand and USPTA's Modern Forehand, which effectively made Killer Forehand an unnecessary purchase.