I started a thread here and some of the participants received quite a bit of criticism for even bringing up his name of for suggesting his products. He had a sale on eight of his DVDs so I decided to give them a go to check him out for myself. First off, I'm not a pro, will never be a pro and have no desire to be a pro. I'm 45 and want a hobby and desire exercise. I used to play recreational tennis back in my late teens so I have an innate feel for the game (I'm not learning it from scratch). My initial impression of the product is that the quality of the videos are very low. Many of the DVDs seem to be compilations of a show he used to have on the Tennis channel back in the late 80s or early 90s or something and they appear to be recordings of recordings and then digitally converted to DVDs. The audio sucks. The video sucks. They discs don't even play on my Mac or PC, they will only play on my PS3 (and it doesn't even appear to be Blue Ray discs so I don't know what the deal is)! Regarding his teachings, I'm somewhat shocked in that what feels natural to me is what he appears to teach. Push the ball don't whack the ball, natural stances, runs instead of shuffles... Let me digress a bit... when I was younger I took guitar lessons. For two years I practiced scales, chords, strings, grips, how to hold the guitar, how to tune it, how to do harmonics... everything but play the guitar what was what I wanted to do! Then a few years ago I bought one of those cheap assed Estaban guitars from QVC and it came with 10 DVDs. It cost me $200. My old Yamaha guitar cost $600 in 1980. I'm sure that if this was a guitar forum people would be razzing me saying Estaban is a phoney, a sell out, not a real musician but a hack. Well, he had me playing music (real songs) within an hour. That was my goal all along. Not to be the next Eddie Van Halen, but to enjoy the guitar. My wife, who has never played tennis, was hitting balls somewhat accurately over the net, both forehand and backhand, after one viewing of Oscar's Tennis 101. For that it is a 9/10. It's like Rosetta Stone for tennis. I tried to learn Spanish, 30 words at a time, for YEARS. I paid college professors a lot of money to try to learn Spanish with memory lessons and drills. For a fraction of the price and within a few hours you can have basic conversations in Spanish after using Rosetta Stone. People will say that you can't have advanced conversations nor is my pronunciation perfect... but that isn't important to me or to most people. It's about communication not perfection. You've probably had funny conversations with foreigners that require a lot of hand signals and guessing. It's about communication, not perfection. That's my impression of the anger directed to Wegner. He's teaching thousands of people to play a good game but not a great game and that irritates some. I guess I can undertstand that but I'd rather play music and ask for a beer in Spanish rather than becoming an expert in either. 9/10.