sorry, I don't have any pictures or video but it certainly does make things easy when you are sailing solo. Can't very well step the mast solo without it. next time I rig up the boat (probably monday) I can take some video and pictures for you. Or you can give me a call if you like and i'll answer as best i can over the phone. PM sent with phone #. Call me if you are in a jam and need to know quickly.
Not sure if you have seen this or not but it has pictures:http://static.hobiecat.com/linked_images/3156.pdf
Real quick (not sure I have all the terminology correct):
1. rig up shrouds and head stay and position mast on the ball hanging off the back of the boat (should be rotated with front of mast to port side).
2. place mast base bracket from the stepper kit onto the base of the mast and secure with black bungee cord included.
3. attach stepping pole to base bracket with pin (shackle on other end should be facing the stern).
4. connect stepper lines (loops with shackles) to the tangs on either end of the center crossbar with included shackles. if you have wings, wings should be open and locked in position and lines from the stepper pole should cross in front of the wing support bars.
5. connect head stay (bottom of jib furler) to the stern facing shackle on the end of the stepper pole.
6. the remaining lines from the ends of the center cross bar are connected by a sail track feeder. Connect this feeder to your halyard and run it up the sail track in the mast as far as you can and cleat off. These lines are meant to stabilize the mast from side to side as you raise or lower.
7. last, wrap the included pulley and short line around the front cross bar and feed your winch line through the pulley and connect to the lines wrapped around the end of the stepper pole opposite the shackle that is connected to the head stay.
8. Winch the mast up and connect your head stay to the bridles on your front cross bar.
Now you can remove the stepper in reverse order. Re-install to lower the masst. Make sure you hold onto the winch handle when lowering
or it will free fall and most likely damage something or injure someone.