Hi PaiLumUmar- Actually it would be hard to learn the kata from the DVD. The purpose of the DVD was to present 4 hours of applications information: 1 hour from Evan Pantazi on energy applications, 1 hour from Jim Corn on striking applications, 1 hour from Mark Kline on grappling applications and 1 hour from Gary Rooks on sound applications.
What might interest you is that there is a 3 day conference with the above named quartet in Peabody Massachusetts U.S.A. on April 8-9-10. where even more advanced applications will be discussed and the kata will be taught. I'm lucky because my teacher decided to teach it to his interested black belts and so I actually did get a chance to learn it, which makes the DVD easier to understand.
Go to Kyusho.com and check it out and register if you want. I believe there will be some old footage of the kata shown too. If you do go, your presence would enrich the experience for the advanced people. That would be great but I'd loose out since I am only intermediate. Should you go, tell me who you are. I'd love to know what you think.