I haven't had the time yet to go through the entire DVD set (I'll write an expanded review when I'm done), but my first reaction is: "I can't believe they pulled the wool over our eyes again...this is the most overhyped, overpriced product since the Annihilation Method."
It's pretty obvious that:
1. This DVD set was created to piggyback off of the success of the TV show. Business model: A bunch of new sucker AFCs will watch the show, check out the website, and based on the hype we are creating, they will think they will be laying 50 chicks a year if they buy this product.
2. You can find everything in this product online for a VERY SMALL FRACTION of the price this product costs (and you can find most of it for free!). Out of the two parts of the DVDs that live footage is actually helpful for (In-field and Bodylanguage) only one of them is useful. The in-field portion is awful (tired, robotic routines, tainted sets, artificial social proof because of the cameras, no closes except for an older lady). It is a horrible product for its price.
3. Shady marketing is prevalent. If you have see any of the emails or marketing reports from Mike Long about this product you'll know what I'm talking about. They are all hype. Why do you need 30 DVDs when you aren't even using a fraction of the space on the DVD??? The answer: to make the product appear to be something that it is not.
Lastly, am I the only person that upon watching this DVD felt like Mystery and his friends just sat around thinking, "So how are we going to make more money off this TV show? I got an idea! We'll just sit around bullshitting about the game, hire some models (whose main purpose seems to be mostly for social proof and for Mystery/Matador to game on camera, then subsequently fuck), and then sell it for 2,000 bucks a pop! Hell, we can even film it while we are high or late at night after we go sarging!" That's seriously what it feels like. The editing is ATROCIOUS (assuming there was any at all). For example, the camera focuses on Mystery just standing there while Lovedrop is of the screen talking and explaining bodylanguage movements. Example 2, Matador says things along the line of, "Ok, let's start this take over", but it is not edited out. It's very unprofessional. It is obvious and also alluded to that they are high during the filming of some of the DVDs. On top of that, some of the DVDs were filmed very early in the morning after what I can only assume was a full night out at the clubs.
I give the guys props because this is an genius way to make a bunch of quick money. However, reviewing the DVDs on their merits leaves a lot to be desired.