I've got it. Took maybe a week to get it from the dealer who sold it to me for $95 as she thought it was way overpriced (gotta love that one!). I believe it's around $130 or so.
It's a full DVD, maybe 8 gigs worth. Honestly, it isn't all that great and hard to navigate through and loops back onto itself (i.e. page 1 > page 2 > page 3 > figure back on page 1, and so on). Very odd. I tried to copy it to my laptop so I could access it faster, but only a portion - maybe half - of it transferred.
It uses a lot of BMW special tools numbers and stuff like their Motoditec (or whatever it's called) unit. At least it showed that you need a front fork lift for the front tire change and a special (large) hex-head wrench to get the axle out. Didn't see anything about the valve adjustment though which I thought was odd. It seems to miss a lot for some reason and gloss over some things like "Remove the cams." Didn't see a wiring diagram either (???). Maybe because it's all in black-and-white? Since not all of it transferred to the laptop, maybe I got a bum disk. Dunno.
Personally, I'd hold out for a Haynes or Clymer book if you can wait.