If, you mean the Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Edition by Emanuel Tov you may find a decent image of the product here: http://cpart.byu.edu/images/DSS3_Web.jpg
The database has an improved image set. Many images have been replaced with higher resolution copies, additional images have been included, and each fragment or scroll image is individually labelled. (link)
If, you are a serious Dead Sea Scrolls student you may want to have both Accordance and Brills' edition, But if I were you I'd make Accordance my priority.Brill's library will set you back $359.00 but Accordance image module only cost $129.99.
Now, having said the above Brills' edition comes with a lot more than images. However, the interface is an older Microsoft Windows one since it is an older program called WordCruncher that is it's search engine. And, since it is a Windows program it's not going to run on a OS X.
Much, like Accordance, Brills' version is also capable of running queries on lemmas, morphology, words, and phrases But in Accordance you can do so graphically. If, you also would like to see what Brill's searches look like check here: http://dss.byu.edu/dssel/help/advanced/tutorials/search%20overview.htm
Basically, you type in everything on a command line, and use check boxes.
Take in mind also that the transcriptions and the morphologies of Brill's Dead Sea Scrolls database and the modules in Accordance are different. For me the only major reason to have Brill's is so that you have another independent opinion.
(edit) Being that I now know the morphology of the BYU edition is, "reliant on Dr. Martin Abegg's electronic database" added to the fact that neither the BYU's program nor the databases have been updated since 2006, it's hard for me to justify purchasing the BYU/Brill product. The best bet is Accordance. After all even the editor (Emanuel Tov) of the BYU product uses Accordance and recommends it to his students.
Edited by bkMitchell, 12 February 2013 - 06:53 PM.