When the original coaches were still part of the SLA I'd call the price cheap. I always got quick responses back, replies on my posts, and the flash chats were worth their weight in gold.
Actually, I attended a lot of the FC's without a question and almost always learned something by the end of the hour.
The teleseminars were decent IMO, epic advice was always given but there was always a squeaky wheel that tended to suck up most of the time (but the teleseminars almost always went into overtime so it kinda balanced out). Didn't really mind this for the FC's as I would just PM the coach afterwards.
The other great thing was all of the coaches knew how to teach VERY well. I got called out when needed and they told me what I needed to hear, not what I wanted to hear (Bravo is awesome for that, a lot of growth happened when he called me out just once or twice, well worth it).
The missions are awesome (and those are still there), the past posts on the forum are great to sift through. However, with most of the original coaches gone, receiving reprinted Weekend Wingmans in the mail (started getting duplicates of old issues at about March), and the overall forum activity down it didn't really do it for me. Personally, at this time, I would sign up but only to bust through the missions. A few of the sticking points do require a coaches advice, I found I got a lot of small questions that would trickle in constantly.
However, I do not know what state the company is currently in (nor does it look like it's Style's top priority). I can't say that I really appreciated a surprise purge of the staff with no explanation. I'm paying good money for the SLA, it's proper to inform your clients if the services they pay for are changing. The coaches made the forums, right now I'd pay about 20-30 bucks a month for the SLA (and scrap the monthly DVD and Weekend Wingman, though useful, they're just repeats right now anyways). The missions and coaching advice are worth their weight in gold, the SLA is definitely the way to go if you are just starting out with PU and have zero experience with women (as in wbAFC, bAFC, AFC, etc.). It definitely helped me get started and get out of the house.
I also found a lot of good life coaching at the SLA as well, plus having the forums completely private (which you had to pay to enter) was a bit of a relief when I was first starting out. Now I don't mind if it's public.
Overall I'd wait for a deal to swing by, the material on that site is top notch. It definitely started a new chapter of my life.