Chris, I did. Bought and took possession of a bike around December 15th. It was a very expensive purchase. The monthly cost isn't cheap at $40, but I have no regrets. I belonged to their Facebook group before buying the bike and read all of these testimonials from people who said that the bike changed their life. And, of course, you can read all that and still remain skeptical. I can't say it changed my life, but it has greatly improved it. I am more toned than I ever have been from running or brisk walking on the treadmill. The Peloton classes are really fun to take. My only annoyance would be that everyone who teaches looks like a model and there's a lot of scripted words of "be the best you can be" shoved down your throat with every ride, but through all that mush I must say that I get a workout that is really catered to my needs. Want to do a light ride? A heavy one? 20 or 30 minutes? There are dozens of rides available to stream either live or recorded that match just how much you want to work out. I started 20 minutes a day doing the beginner's ride. Less than two weeks later I had strengthened my legs and stamina to do a 30-minute advanced beginner ride. Now I just to do the plain 30-minute ride and I am working my way towards 45 minutes. Usually, I only have the stamina to burn 260 calories tops in 30 minutes. Today, I surprised myself with 327. So, what this bike and the accompanying encouragement/instruction does is motivate you. I am really surprised how far I have come in just over 6 weeks. Meanwhile, I continue to watch this bike become sort of a phenomenon -- or at least the idea of it that has spread into other companies like Echelon and Soul Cycle. As someone who does not like going to the gym, I feel as if I am absolutely getting my money's worth being able to not have to get into my car, deal with other people, and just be able to work out on my own time.