Although this DVD has received good reviews so far, I'm going to have to go against the grain and give it a poor rating. It's worth no more than $10. Unlike other DVD guitar teaching tools out there, this is a one-man show and it seems pretty low-budget. Nate LaPointe is nice enough but he comes off as a mere college student who happens to play guitar and who happens to know most (but NOT all) of Dark Side of the Moon. At this price and with the good reviews it's received so far, I would have expected a flawless teaching performance by a superb player. Many of the rhythm sections are ridiculously inaccurate. For instance, in teaching the very first song, "Breathe," for the chorus section of the song, LaPointe instructs us to play Cmaj7, Bmin, Fmaj7, open G, Dmin, Eb/G. This is way off. The correct chord progression is Cmaj7, Bmin7, Fmaj7, barred G, D7#9, D7b9. Those differences are very important! Other rhythm sections have mistakes here and there also but I don't have the time to detail every one.
The one area in which the DVD is slightly useful is in its solos. Even if you know which notes are fretted in the solos from having memorized a tabbed version of them, LaPointe can help you get the timing right when performing them. Here again, however, his performance leaves something to be desired because his Stratocaster does not have a tremolo arm (whammy bar) attached at the bridge, and Gilmour made (and indeed always makes) special use of the tremolo arm to do many of his vibratos.
Overall, I'm very disappointed with the quality of the DVD and I would be hesitant to purchase another from the same teacher.