Originally Posted by JoeRad
.........do I sound totally bitter???
To me you sound a bit attached to scarcity, but I wouldn't call it bitterness.
If you don't think the DVDs are worth $200-300 to you or if your power is such that $200-300 represents a major burden to you, I'd say it's pretty doubtful that you'll be a good match for the material contained within. Save your money and use it for something else instead.
Personally I think $200-300 is on the low side. $400-500 would be a more competitive choice IMO. But I think $200-300 is such that people who are a good fit for this product will derive far more value from it than that and consider it a very good deal.
As a number of people pointed out to me, I under-priced the workshop too, but I knew that going into it. $1000-1500 would have been more competitive.
This workshop is definitely not for everyone. It's designed for a specific type of person, and that includes someone who has at least reached the level of power necessary to afford the price w/o it being an undue burden to them. If it's an undue burden, that's a clear sign that you're not in the right demographic for it. So you can relax in knowing that it's not a good fit for you and that you aren't missing out on anything you need right now.