I've trained with one of the PMA instructors (for a brief period) outside of the school and the training was dead on. He made no false promises and let me know his experience and limitations up front. If he's an example of the rest of the organization, they've won me over.
A lot of folks here are making assumptions about the organization based on no first hand knowledge. I see a lot of "if" statements. At first I was a bit skeptical because of the billboard advertisement in front of my workplace. After a chance meeting, some conversation, and some training, my opinion changed and I was humbled. I suggest if you're truly interested, you give the organization a try. Otherwise your opinion is based on, at best, second hand knowledge (which really doesn't amount to much).