When I watch Dan's video's I take notes, especially on the first three "Blood Brother's" DVD's. This is because their/his DVD's are so information-dense that I have no reasonable hope of learning what they/Dan are talking about simply by watching.
When I say I take notes, I play about a minute of the DVD and then type what was said. I use the DVD chapters to make an initial outline and then fill it in as the dvd plays as this avoids leaving gaps. Then whenever I am bored, like at the DMV I review the pdf of my notes on my phone and consider how to apply their/Dan's techniques to where I have available to hunt. Last year was my first attempt at implementing Dan's tactics and Gol Dang they worked!
Even while I reconsider not hauling all my extensive inventory of scent control items into the woods because of the weight involved, at the same time it sure is no fun to have to get down out and move trees when the wind shifts as Dan/Blood Brothers recommend. This in turn makes me feel like I am doing something wrong because Dan talks about switching trees even multiple times in the same day when the wind shifts however by the time I get done dragging my equipment, self, and weapon a mile into the woods and up a tree all before dawn my [*] is kicked so hard I am pretty much not moving when my milkweed seed blows through my expected ambush point. This may be because I recently weighed all the items I haul into the woods and it came out to 100 lbs, not counting what I'm wearing in?
I never imagine me completely giving up scent control, however my implementation may transition simply to treating my hunting clothes, gear, and weapon with ozone beforehand? In the meantime, until I wear out the vast amount of scent control clothing I purchased before stumbling onto Dan's tactics (I thought "Hill Country Bucks" was about Texas Hill Country) I supposed I will continue to wear it.
Scentlok/Scent Blocker is designed for hunting and is definitely less expensive than Sitka which because Sitka sold the UCP/ACU camo pattern to the army and which sucks/ed so bad I will never voluntarily buy their product.