First, I don't mind logging in and posting here.. I've done this in the past.
Quick clarification on some of the comments posted (and some others in other threads):
What I'm seeing not reflected in some of the suggestions are the efficiency enhancements that occur when I reproduce the materials so when someone provides their suggestions they do this based on materials produced in 2010 or before that. This is not accurate.
What I would say is just join the mailing list and download the report. That's all it takes to verify the claims that are made. If one can see themselves comfortably getting through the report and content pieces that accompany the report, then that's a bigger indication than feedback based on how the course was 2-3 years ago.
This is important.
The entire focus within the report is relatively new and it dictates all of my newer lectures.
Also, the work load suggested above is no longer accurate. 12 hours of desk time is ridiculous. Entirely untrue, if you ask me.
As for the pricing, it hasn't changed since 2001. Students were submitting $100/month back then when we had no evolved system and it's the same now, more or less.
There was a period of time when I waved it completely beyond the 3rd month which made it seem like $300 for 2 years.. but that was my decision to teach without fees. Based on actual requests from students who felt uncomfortable, I then brought them back.
Here's the link in case someone wants to join the mailing list to download the report and get the 2 hours of training:
Finally, apart from the videos, there are transcripts, separate mp3 files and handouts... so when one has watched the initial lecture once (Qasas ones), then listening to the mp3 while commuting will reinforce the principles well. You don't have to be glued to your desk the entire time. (This too can be sampled through the mp3 files on videos 2 and 3 which are part of what you get by joining the mailing list).