Generally, this podcast is entertaining and engaging from start to finish, worthy of a subscription, and is hosted by two enthusiastic fans of the show who know more about Lost than I do. With that said, allow me to write my reaction... Positive: Great production value in terms of sound quality and music. Other Lost Podcasts (which will remain nameless) sound like they were recorded with used computer microphones from the eighties. The music and bumpers on other podcasts sound like they're picked up from middle school garage bands who, well, shouldn't be allowed to have instruments. Negative: One of the hosts, Dave, is perhaps a little too into the show. His over analyzation of the show leads to needless criticisms. Along with Goog, this became most apparant with their strange aversion initially with the flash forward concept. I'm not sure why, but Dave becomes confused over basic plot points that come about on the show, sometimes arguing (and frequently interrupting and cutting off Goog, which Goog doesn't seem to mind) with his cohost about unnecessary themes and ideas that are rather quite easy to interpret. It distracts from the enjoyability of the show, and leads one to believe if Dave can actually sit down and simply enjoy watching Lost and podcast about it. This point is frustrating for me when listenting to the show, but encountering the "out there", sometimes brilliant theories and ideas these guys come up with pertaining to the Lost mythology, in the end you come away wanting to watch the show again, which, I suppose, is the best reaction one could get from a podcast.