You may check and see if Panthers productions has a tape called Mastering the Jo by Ken Ota. I had this tape but its real old, early or late 80's I think. I saw Panther had reduced this tape a year or so ago for about $10. On this tape the 33 step version of the same form is done, though a bit different. I have seen this form done several ways with several steps. remember that it really depends on how you count the steps, as one Sensei may combine some steps and others count them out. I learned it as a 33 step jo form. I have seen the same thing as 40 and 42 step form but much of the form was the same just a different counting system. I learned mine from Chiba Sensei from San Diego. I understand that Ota Sensei got his Aikido from his dad but do not know much more than that. the tape I had was basically the same form but had to adapt it a bit. the pari's were different and the footwork a bit different but if you wanted something to work from you might try to find it. I have it written down somewhere the way I learned it, so if you e-mail me I will try to find it and send it to you.