No, I have not found a DVD program like Smartworks for versatile breeds, but (and this is my overall point) I think that's largely because the approach to training is different. Your PP likely won't do well with long, repetitive training sessions. You likely won't need to handle it in the water. You likely won't want a dog that looks to you for decision making or being told where to go and when to go. Versatile training is all about fostering ingrained instincts to work for (and with) you when hunting...not to drill it into a regimented machine. You certainly will need to train your dog...but the approach is different. No, you PP won't arrive ready to hunt. You're going to need to steady it up on point....but you won't need to teach it to point. You're going to need to stop it from breaking on retrieves....but you (hopefully) won't to need to build the drive and desire to retrieve. And you aren't going to need to direct it like a traffic cop once the dog is sent. And you don't want to stifle the independence and confidence that it will need to cover ground, learn/follow scents, and figure out how to pin running birds or avoid bumping them. Exposure is going to be a MUCH better training tool for you than any program. These dogs hunt with far more independence....and your individual dog's personality and drive will dictate A LOT of how you train it. That's why I don't think a "one size fits all", color by the numbers approach is lends itself well to these dogs.