Like many of the programs I promote, this is purely a digital product. If you decide to order it you'll be taken to a main members page where Ben himself will give you an explanation of how to get the most out of this program. I always advise those who purchase MI40X to watch it carefully and follow his advice instead of just rushing into the workout videos. A lot of thought has been put into Mass Intentions Extreme 2.0, so you need to follow it as precisely as you can in order to reach your goals.
Once you've watched the introduction you'll see this program starts with a 3-week primer phase. After that there are 7 different phases. You will not be using the same volume and intensity for every phase--each one is different, and there is purpose in this. Some workouts, for example, are less strenuous than others. This cyclical training is based on a principle called periodization, and this is very important for more advanced trainees to understand.
I think you'll also be impressed by the videos you can download. MI40X comes with a complete video library, and the quality/resolution is really good. The videos pretty much took up the whole screen of my laptop so I usually played them at 50% screen size. Ben will explain the proper way to do each exercise, and it's the closest you can get to having him as your personal trainer without paying thousands of dollars.
MI40X also comes with a supplement and nutrition guide. Be sure to plan out your eating/nutrition so you can grow. Some beginners overlook the importance of nutrition when it comes to building muscle--don't make this mistake. As far as supplements go I'd encourage you to stick with the basics, like a protein powder (and maybe creatine monohydrate). Don't get caught up in spending a lot of money on supplements because most of them are a waste of time.
Hopefully this review has helped give you and introduction. You can check out my Mass Intentions evaluation for more information (and you can also learn how to get a discount--just click the link to learn more).