I reviewed my D5100 separately. But, the starter kit and DVD were a great deal. I bought the D5100 for some specific features, and while I do not "need" the HD recording and some of the on-camera special effects the DVD showed them clearly and based on this I bet I'll use them now. Nothing beats live (video or in-person) training to show you things you did not know you needed to know (yeah, I read up on what I think I want...). The bag is a great starter bag, and should last me a long time. It's great quality, has enough pockets, the dividers are secured by Velcro so you can configure as you need. With the kit lens (18-55) attached, there is still room for 1 or 2 other lenses (depending on size of course), and a battery, strap, etc.
Pros: DVD: Easy to use, sections are not overly long but show how to use the features.
Bag: Perfect size for most as a starter. Quality seems to be great, and enough flexibility with inside dividers for most people.
Cons: DVD: None that I can think of. I personally prefer a YouTube video so the $$ in manufacturing the DVD may instead be used in keeping the content current, but that's a minor gripe. I'll watch the DVD once and probably not again. But the content is great.
Bag: well, it does not have a built-in rain fly like a Lowepro, but it's not $150 either! I stick a few large ziplocks in the bottom of the front pocket for emergencies.
I really can't think of any cons with this package.