His show offers some education, and sometimes interesting facts. As far as pricing, it's simple to instantly compare on Ebay, and from what I have seen, his prices are crazy high. Also, from time to time you can see either from his commentary or the price sheets he holds up, many of the episodes are reruns from several years ago, when for the most part prices were significantly higher. I don't believe the lousy spotted flat pack proofs he shows of examples of "typical proof sets" really are "typical", I suspect he searches for the worst ones he can find and just calls them "typical". I have hundreds of flat pack proof sets, and not a single one of them has any bad looking coins I have a couple of his books, but aside from pretty pictures, I haven't found them particularly useful. That's my opinion.