I need to know which CD and computer programs are in Mexican Spanish. Mexican Spanish is pronounced differently than South American and Castillian Spanish, and has a considerable amount of unique vocabulary, as I explained in some length in my answer to the person who is looking for a Spanish book. The vowels are more distinct and sound closer to the way they sound in English, and the weak consonants morph differently. I am specifically studying spanish to become more employable along the Mexican/ U.S. border, and learning a different dialect won't do anything for my employability.
Mexican Spanish is NOT the version of Spanish that is customarily taught; that's Castillian Spanish, and in my direct experience it's often Argentinian Spanish pretending to be Castillian Spanish. Argentinian Spanish is characterized by the unique morph of most weak consonants into a j/ch sound that doesn't exist in any other dialect of Spanish, and I even had a UT Spanish teacher did that j/ch thing. It's terribly confusing if you aren't wise to it, and I need to be able to actually understand the Mexicans who ride the bus in Austin, who are more likely to morph consonants into silence or w's, and inexplicably pronounce their h's, and who often pronounce vowels the way they are pronounced in English, and the way they formally are supposed to pronounce e exists in no other language and no other dialect of Spanish, somewhere between French e/ English long a, and English short e.
I am particularly interested in whether any of the Barron's or Pimsleur programs are in Mexican Spanish, because they're otherwise exactly what I'm looking for.
The OnLingo program is in Mexican Spanish, or else leaves out ultra-Mexican regional idiosyncrasies of pronunciation, and is otherwise exactly what I'm looking for, but it's very expensive.