I'll speak for the CD/tape version:
I thought LEEWS was helpful, but it suffered from chronic verbal overpackaging. What could have easily been imparted to me on one casette took something like six. I like using his systematic approach to exams, which I believe has improved my performance in my classes. It's just that his presentation style is incredibly tedious. If his live presentation is anything like those tapes, I'd hate to have to sit through it.
"Perhaps, when your exam is administered, you find yourself craving pancakes. Perhaps you wonder why. Waffles are darn tasty. Perhaps you're wondering why you would crave pancakes instead of waffles. Is that a normal response to a law school exam? What would your professor think of that? Do you worry about how this might affect your grades, or your chance to score that all-important clerkship? By now, the students in my live program are leaving, with angry looks on their faces..."
I exaggerate but slightly. If you get the CD, skip forward liberally. The time you save will be your own.