I have no qualms about calling myself an EXTREMELY Frugal individual (cheap if you catch me on a good day). Hey the way I see it is, the more money I save, the more I can spend on sewing stuff (wink). Whenever I save money I usually like to pass that information on to others. One can't keep a good thing to themself, now can they:). For the record I do not get any perks for passing this information on (I only wish I were that special!). Anywhoo I digress........
A few months ago I bought the Threads Fitting DVD series.
http://store.taunton.com/onlinestore/item/threads-fitting-dvd-series-boxed-set-031011.html, I decided to buy it. I stalked it for 6 months or so and managed to get it for ~1/2 price, which is my kind of bargain (It retails for $99 and I got it for $52). I bought it from the A1 book website here http://search.a1books.com/catalog/1600850669/THREADS-FITTING-DVD-SERIES.
Keep in mind I love instructional DVD's! The content is extremely helpful and I often use them as a resource for my sewing students. I've watched all but the Torso video and have to say they're pretty informative. They take a slightly different, and practical approach to resolving fitting issues which is refreshing.
If you're interested in more fitting/sewing DVD's check out Connie Crawford's website along with Peggy Sager's. Both ladies produced a nice set of DVD's which I'm proud to have in my library as well.