I have the all grain one and was a good intro/hand holding for a beginner (which I was). I'm a visual guy, so seeing someone do something is easier for me then just reading about it. You may get the same from youtube, but a lot more filter to find quality. You get what you pay for.
Actually, if you have a local homebrew club or shop, see if they are having classes/demos/teach you to brew events. Even more effective, and you can ask questions.
Hope this helps.