I second this. I've seen Brady's Next Level videos and while quite good, they lack depth or specifics. Inside the Archer should have a web companion, where specific videos reference what is being talked about and shown in the book.As to the books, the are the only access most people will ever have to hearing Coach Lee's words "directly" aside from the KSL website. I find learning motion from static pictures in books to be very, very hard. But I also find learning second or third hand with no reference videos or books to check on thing, perhaps, even harder, and teaching, even more so. Not sure what the answer is on that. But I do think that USA Archery needs to step up to the plate and offer supplemental training materials for instructors and students--more than just the coaching manuals. I'd like a website I can point new students to that has all the coaching manual stuff in it from a students perspective. Some people learn better through a combination of means.