This is a multi disk set(12) and I play them over and over in my car. (I'm glad some cars still have CD players). Paul gives helpful hints about verbs and present tenses etc. He has a calm, soothing voice so I don't mind the repetition. My only two comments are:1. Wish Paul would verbally spell out some of the trickier french words.2. The guide book that goes along with the CDs is not very useful. Does not match up with the lessons/chapter pages do not list what disk they are from. Ergo, constantly have to flip back and forth in the book to see where they are.
There is another French language set (2 CDs) that I picked up at Barnes and Noble ($9.95) "Rush Hour French or French on the go" that has a great accompanying booklet. There are songs to sing in french (with a great orchestra playing in the background) and a story line to follow.
All educational CDs, about anything, are a good way to occupy time in the car, I feel I am learning something new and not wasting perpetual commuting time.