The Good -
In the many hours of video courses there were some good ideas presented. The purchase price also came with a Wordpress Theme that could be executed if you followed directions to build most of a functional co-op website according to her model. There was indeed a Facebook group that could be utilized for questions. Amber is present and will answer questions asked in a positive manner.
The Bad -
The videos were rough to watch. First, they were really, REALLY long, and not because they were jam packed with information, but because they were poorly presented. They were put down word for word in scripted videos and the words appear on the screen, but then she tries to ad lib off of them and really struggles. It was painful to listen to at times.
The whole concept is based on a particular flagship product that she herself hasn't had success with. In fact, she didn't have her own site up until after the course was over, and she didn't even use the theme that she sold anyone else. She has had success in the past with the 9x12 model and a coupon book and seems to be one of Bob Ross's disciples (awesome poster on here, if you don't know him get familiar). Unfortunately, this was much more hype than substance. If questioned on how she can teach this particular method when she's never done it, she'll let you know that she's done other methods with success. So, I guess since I once ran a record producing telemarketing department years ago I should put out a course on print ads and tell everyone how successful I've been even though it was a different model. I guess marketing is marketing, right? (sarcasm)
The Ugly -
Well, aside from the fact that the only success she shows you comes from other people that have done this particular model with success and that nobody in the group seemed to have any measurable success that they made public, there were other disturbing things. If you say anything negative in her group or question her ideas she will delete your comments (ask me how I know that). So, go in blind and willing to follow everything without question or don't go in. I just got banned from the group because I spoke up about my concerns and she even encouraged me to be transparent before deleting her comment thanking me for my transparency and then deleted my reply. She also changed the group's description and then banned me. What a joke.
I guess another ugly part of this was the real struggle that people were having with this. I did take action and really struggled to even give away her flagship product. She asks you to seed your group with some free members and nobody was taking from my personal experiences. Being unable to give it away was pretty disheartening, though I do understand that the concept of free sometimes makes it seem suspicious. I wasn't seeing anyone light it up with the paid model either though.
So, if you've got a couple hundred bucks to throw away here is a course for you. If you have hours upon hours to listen to a person say the same things over and over and stumble through all of that time, give it a whirl. To be fair, if you want a few good ideas that maybe you haven't thought of regarding a potential co-op, you might find some, and who knows, they may make your investment back and then some. Just be sure to never point out that the emperor has no clothes and don't fall for the trick where she lures you into expressing your concerns and then bans you because of her "no negativity" policy.
Overall I'd rate it a 3 on a scale of 1-10. I would not recommend it and wish I had never purchased it, but I can see where someone new might like the personal attention from the product's creator and might learn some new things that could be useful either in this project or something in the future.