I kinda understand, BUT ,If you're someone eager to learn, Jeremy is hard to beat! He explains things to a level that if you truly want to improve your game he'll show you ways to give you a much better win/loss ration. I love Danny DiLiberto from a color/knowlege standpoint and teamed with Jeremy, a little Billy Gibbs, Mark Wilson, Jay Helfert and others with intimate knowledge stories of the past greats are better than just telling what you're viewing, but there has to be the right mixture to satisfy everyone, which is obviously impossible from the get-go!Agree. I think Jeremy is rightfully called the best or one of the best commentators. But I think he would be even 50% better if he talked 50% less.
(approximate numbers, of course)