Kenrick covers just about his entire bag of tricks in this seminar. Kenrick has two guest speakers - Dave Lakhani and Eric Knowles. Lakhani covers "The Hero's Journey" as a way to build rapport and credibility and Knowles covers Resistance. The Knowles session is outstanding - one of the most useful sessions on influence I have ever seen.
The audio version. This is UNCUT video from a seminar in Las Vegas in 2006. AFAIK these DVDs were only made available to the attendees. I am fairly certain these have never been sold. There is no manual PDF included. If you have a manual from virtually any Kenrick seminar (Max Persuasion I, Max Persuasion II, Unconscious Persuasion, breakthroughs in persuasion,etc…) you will have 99.99 percent of what was in the manual for this seminar. Kenrick prefers to do everything verbally, and does not care much about putting together an extensive, detailed manual. I suggest checking out the mind map, lots of seminar specific detail there, use the Max Persuasion I manual for background.
Tim Norman and Luke Boucher met at school in 1985, later forming UVX and going on to sign to Magick Eye records. After first establishing a home studio in Brixton, in the mid 90s a studio was set up along with a third musician and producer, in a former public toilet in subterranean Brighton - the Underground Cell Studio. UVX have performed at The Zap Club, Brighton; Club UK, London; Club Dog at The Robey; The Que Club, Birmingham; The Phoenix Festival; Whirl-Y-Gig; Beat Herder 2008. UVX were ahead of their time and this album still sounds like an innovative aural adventure.