Okay, I've watched the videos and listened to the CDs. Here are my initial thoughts.....
Developmental Immersion-Mastery The Enki Approach DVD:
I didn't even know that this was part of the package, so I was pleasantly surprised to receive this. It is a nice summation of the concepts behind Enki, professionally done. I might consider using this video to introduce my family (especially the grandparents) to Enki.
Enki Kindergarten Movement Video DVD: This video is not professionally done, more like a home video, but on a practical level, it gets the job done. I'll probably have more feedback on this once I use it along with the books on movement......
The Community, Festival, and Kindergarten song CDs:
There are several overlaps here, songs that occur on several CDs, so that total number of songs isn't quite what I thought it might be, but there are still a TON of songs, probably more than I could ever use. The songs are beautifully sung and the sound quality of the CDs is very nice and well done. The CDs aren’t copy protected, so you can burn yourself back-ups, or put together groups of songs in different compilations etc.
No fancy marketing or packaging on the CDs/DVDs. In today’s commercial flashy marketing world, this was a welcome change. You are paying for content with Enki, not for the company’s professional marketing expenses.
For any non-Christians that are interested, I've compiled a little list of the songs I heard that, for my pagan family, might not be particularly enriching. (We are attempting to instill a strong sense of spirituality and pagan culture to our children in the young years and while we do plan on introducing other cultures at this age, we don't plan on teaching other religious beliefs for a few more years yet). This list probably isn't complete, as I haven't listened to every single song, just what I noticed upon first listening.
Hinx Jinx: "the old witch stinks" (Witches are healers and wise women/men in our culture, not the stereotypical old ladies with cats).
Deck the Halls: lots of great Yule references, but for some reason in one place in the song they use "Christmas" instead of Yuletide.
America the Beautiful: "God shed his grace on thee"
Kumbaya: "my lord"
Swing Low: this song is very Christian oriented in my opinion.
Silent Night: another very Christian oriented song
That said there are PLENTY of lovely, inspiring songs that will work for us. I guess that is why they provide so many songs, so that you are sure to find ones that speak to you and your family.
Overall I am very pleased with what I've received so far and I can't wait for the printed materials to arrive (should be in about a week).