Reverse engineering tools have traditionally suffered from a tremendous lack of adoption. There are likely several reasons for this. One is that they tend to come out of academia, and they never really get past the prototype stage. That is a shame because a lot of the ideas that have been proposed are really good ones. Another reason that they aren't often adopted is because it can be difficult to understand how to use them. The tools can be very cumbersome or they aren't very well documented.
I've tried to overcome both of these issues with Diver so that people will be able to see its use and it can be widely adopted. I have to say, my motivations aren't entirely altruistic: I do have to get my thesis done :-).
I've written a lot of in-depth documentation for Diver. But, let's be honest, I'm not even interested in reading all of those pages of documentation. So, for those of us with a shorter attention span, I've published several tutorial videos to get you started.
By the way, I made these tutorials using Wink. I highly recommend it for anyone who has to make a tutorial of their software. It's very easy to use and it gives you pretty well all the features that you could ask for. I searched for free screen capture software for a long while. This is the best that I could come by. If you've got any other suggestions, let me know.