I was really impressed by this DVD and I think it is better than the beginners one by Alan Gibson. I felt I didnt really learn much from Gibson's dvd, although it does explain the basics of why wing chun works. I thought Sifu Goh's dvd was better planned and put together, and easy to understand. Also, I liked the use of mirrors to show different views.
The format of the DVD is such that you can watch it and pracice the things you learn in your own house without needing a partner, which will help to progress when combined with going to a class. The DVD by Sifu Goh starts with basic warming up and conditioning. Then moves into thoroughly explaining the first form, Siu Lim Tao which is the essential basics of wing chun, breaking the form down into sections and explaining the applications. The DVD then does the same with Sifu Goh's arrow form before finishing with some demonstrations and advice on sparring.
In short an excellent dvd,I really recommend it and intend to buy Sifu Goh's intermediate and advanced wing chun dvds when I get through this one.