I'm looking on musiciansfriend.com for DVDs and videos to help me learn more jazz improv and just more about jazz bass playing in general. I guess a few book recomendations would be good too, but as most people, i will learn a lot better if i can see what's being taught to me, and be able to rewind and review etc. I guess the real reason i would like to get some more stuff is that i bought an Oteil Burbridge video that's more performances rather than teaching me anything. I have that video, a bill dickins collection dvd which is more about crazy slapping stuff, a victor wooten dvd that isn't very indepth and is more of performances also. Here's one book i found on musiciansfriend.com, ANY comments and suggestions are appreciated. http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/g=home/search/detail/base_pid/901137/ I'm just looking to break out of the pentatonic blues improvising box that i'm in, and try to learn more about jazz and more improvising techniques. I' don't know very much theory, but if i can see what i'm being taught on video, i can manage. Thanks a lot for reading!!! i really appreciate it!!