Here is my opinion of the FYB site. I think Will is a very effective marketer and I know that it's been reported in the media that he has made a lot of money with his very effective e-commerce/email /nagging/pestering/baiting Youtube strategy. And, he tries hard and the production values of his videos and the film quality are all excellent. However, I'm almost always disappointed by his tips. A lot of them sound very clever, but they simply do not work if you actually try them. For example, his solution to getting a better racket drop on the serve sounded great: it was something like practice dropping your racket behind your head on the grass. However, this tip does not work in terms of giving you a better racket drop on your serve when you actually try it. That is a very typical experience with the FYB stroke tips. I was also extremely disappointed by his kick serve video which I paid for. Again, great production values and the teaching pro he uses for that video and many other videos, Feisal Hasan, has an amiable and dynamic personality and sounds knowledgeable, but again, the tips he advises simply DO NOT WORK when you try them. Just to PROVE that the tips don't work, if you watch the FYB kick serve video, the 3.5 player who they are instructing how to hit a kick serve, simply cannot hit the kick serve despite all this so-called expert instruction. Virtually 90% of the serves he hits after getting all the so-called valuable instruction are slice serves that bounce to the server's LEFT, NOT to the the right. The instruction does not help him so the reality and proof is right there in front of the viewer. It was so bad that I'm surprised that Will did not re-shoot the video because it was so embarassing and proved that the advice does not work. I challenge anyone to prove me wrong. The tennis student is simply incapable of hitting a kick serve that bounces to the server's right and he even has trouble getting the ball to LAND on the right side of the service box; in the video the ball usually lands to the left which was no surprise because the student keeps hitting a slice serve swinging across the outside right side of the ball, and making the ball both move and bounce to the server's left. I invite Will to prove me wrong and show us every serve that the 3.5 student hits in that video and we can count how few were even remotely successful kick serves. This is a pattern with FYB. Slick production values, coaches that have impressive sounding credentials (e.g., Hasan was voted coach of the year or something by someone), advice that sounds great and logical, but almost always the tips are virtually worthless and have no practical value when you actually try them out on the tennis court. I think that the viewer gets a little bit fooled and almost brainwashed by all the positive aspects of the presentation, but seems not to realize or forget that the tips almost never work when they try them out on the tennis court. Like a lot of tennis pros, I think FYB figures that if the tips don't work that the student/viewer will simply blame themselves for not listening hard enough or lacking athletic ability or something. But the problem is actually with the flawed instruction. I'm a 4.5 to 5.0 player who once played NCAA Division 1 College Tennis, I can tell tell you that the instructional stroke tips on FYB almost never work for me either, and it's not because I didn't listen or don't lack talent and athletic ability. The dirty little secret is that the tips are usually not helpful or practical, and that includes the tips from the very amiable and dynamic Mr. Hasan, despite how good he sounds on the videos. I don't care what award he received, he doesn't seem to be able to help tennis students with stroke tips like 99% of all the other tennis instructors out there. I think that the only guy on Youtube that has valuable ideas that work is that Thomas guy from the Check Republic who runs "Feel Tennis." And, he doesn't even charge for most of his innovative, original and valuable advice. I would be curious to hear if others on this board have had similar experiences to me on the FYB site or whether they've learned a lot of tennis stroke tips that really work? If anyone has learned some tennis instruction stroke tips that work, I would be very interested to hear what those tips were because I hope to learn something. I'm not talking about any strategy tips or statistical tips on the FYB that might be valid, I'm only talking about tennis stroke tips because that's all I'm interested in paying for and learning about, and I believe that, unfortunately, stroke tips are the primary weakness of the site.