He is a great instructor and a great guy. His courses are all 3 days long. He has his curriculum down very well, which is a big deal and something I see lacking with some new instructors. It may seem like a minor thing, but it saves time and equates to more shooting and time on the range. I have taken his HET 1, HET 2, & CET 1. I would like to take his CET 2, VET, and long range semi auto courses. His HET 1 is a great level one handgun course and a ton of material is covered. His HET 2 is all about staying in the fight no matter what condition or position you or your pistol is in. It is all about continuing to fight even if you are injured, your pistol goes down, you need to get it back up, etc. Take notes and reference them later!Anyone take his handgun courses?