Originally Posted by jeffwj
Todd is right. The original question did not even mention one of the most important aspects of learning - a teacher. A youtube video or video subscription service cannot assess your technique, reading, coordination, etc... Also, with so many books on the market, a qualified teacher should be able to direct you to (and take you through) the right books.
I'll add by saying that video's are nothing more than a one way street to learning. They provide no feedback / assessment on what you are trying to learn. They are unable to cater to your own learning style, etc...
Video's are a wonderful tool. Nothing though to replace a qualified teacher.