According to Trevor, he just puts the DVD in and starts talking into the mic--you'd never know it by listening to this podcast. Trevor has a great "radio voice", fantastic stage presence, and most importantly is very knowledgeable about each episode. He's comfortable talking about behind the scenes comments he's learned from the producers' usenet postings, does his homework on the voice actors and their biographies, will bring up the comic-book sources if needed, and offers insightful, well thought out opinions of what worked and what didn't work in each episode. Every now and then, he'll even take a minute to talk about a non-speaking background character, why he's there, where he came from, and how s/he matches up with the comics. Also, when Trevor does have a criticism of the show, it's presented gently and maturely ("...I probably would have done this...", or "...this didn't make sense to me...". An A+!!! My only complaint is that is hasn't done the entire DCAU yet!