I have the Quick Fix Hip Hop workout, which is okay but relatively unchallenging. This workout got me sweating and breathing much harder than Quick Fix. The choreography is a little more challenging, but if you have decent coordination and don't find moderate choreography too hard, it'll be fine. She repeats enough that you catch on to the trickier steps. It is not as slow paced as Quick Fix regarding learning the steps, so your heartrate is kept up more consistently. It is broken down into ten minute segments, obviously, and the first few are fantastic. The last few, that target certain things, like abs and lower body, aren't really aerobic, and aren't that useful unless you never do anything for your abs or lower body. So because I workout every day, I'll probably just use the first few segments for cardio and do other DVDs for abs and muscle strengthening. But if you don't do a lot of workout DVDs, you'll probably want to do the whole thing. There isn't a proper cool down or stretch. You cool down doing the slower segments at the end, and she does a few quick stretches, but you'll have to do your own thorough stretch (which is the case with all of these kinds of series that are done in segments for "quick" workouts). All in all, this is the best dance DVD I've found yet, and I've tried Quick Fix, Patrick Goudeau, Christi Taylor, and Gaiam. Oh, and there is a definite Hip Hop style about this DVD.