The materials don't look too bad to me and at $100.00 for a 12-month subscription, the price is right. Nevertheless, the set of offerings that I see at http://link.mindleaders.com/e-learn/catalog/tmcse.asp?associd=TECHTA001&SD= only includes 70-210 and 70-215 at present, which is only 2/7s of the total exams needed to get a Windows 2000 MCSE. This certainly gives you time to try it and see if you like it. However, I'd also inquire with the mindleaders or TechTarget.com folks as to when they plan to complete the curriculum before putting my eggs into that particular basket.
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