Btw, I found about Brody, he is currently teaching in Princeton Review but does anyone perhaps have some kind of contact info on him because they won't tell you the instructor's name until the class ?
Gabriele & EarlCat, why do you so highly recommend him specifically ? (besides the fact that he got a 180). Who would you say is better, Nelson or Brody?
One of the most important things that you can do is GO SIT IN on one of the classes being taught. IMHO any company/teacher that is worth their salt will let you see what the class is like before making a decision. That way you can make an informed decision about the class. Think of it as taking a test drive before buying a car.