Alright I have been going there for a month now and have to say I learned a lot. We work on flips and stuff, yet still had time to drill the basics. Chad does a great job of getting you up to speed if you are new and if you already know what your doing I think you will get critiqued slightly more then the new guys.
I would also suggest if you are unsure got to a pay-as-you-go class, I do warn you though its more of mess around type deal but the beginning is slightly more structured. teaching the basic vaults, landings, and rolls. After that Chad just kind of lets us do our own thing within reason (As long as we don't stray to far or get in the parties way) And giving us random suggestions of stuff to practice you don't do in regular structured class. Both are good options. if you don't feel like going into to a structured class or you want to see what A regular can teach you go on Saturday. The structured class you tend to get more reps practicing and will get more help( he has a assistant on Monday and Tuesday.). if you choose to go to either I think you will be happy with you choice, hey its better then practicing on the frozen rails outside isn't it? ( I still am going to