Some of you may already know of this, but I found this to be pretty helpful as a first year in pathology to get a bit of an introduction to various disease processes. A retired Path professor has generously made about 500-600 approximately 4-5 minute videos of normal/histopathology that are on YouTube. He's currently teaching Robbins. He's done the first 10 chapters, consisting of probably over 12 hours of lecture material just on Robbins, which might even be Board relevant. Here's a link to his YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/WashingtonDeceit Search for random things and you'll be surprised what you can find. I've put several of the videos on my iPod for listening to in the car, on trips, etc.