Leerburg Obedience vs Michael Ellis' Power of Food?
I have absorbed as many of Michael Ellis' free online videos as I can find and really enjoy his teaching style and his system makes a lot of sense to me. We've already seen very positive results applying the concepts when working with our dogs and I want to dig in more as our new puppy is taking to it well and I want to do it right.
I am prepared to buy the streaming version directly from Leerburg's site for $50, but then I also noticed that Leerburg has a Basic Obedience video as well which was produced in 2008 and likely features much of ME's influence vs their older stuff (since Frawley seems to be a big ME fan). That video is almost twice as long as the Food video and is $10 cheaper. Both seem to cover similar material from the descriptions.
I'm wondering if anybody has seen both of these and can compare/contrast?
Having watched Ellis' hour long philosophy of dog training video (and misc others) I feel like I get his general concepts but I'd like to see a lot more practical examples of how it's applied. Which video do you think I should I go with?