Ignore the bad reviews. Most people don't know what the hell they're talking about on the interwebs anyway, especially students (no offense).
Jumps are jumps, they all count however you still will have to complete the entire AFF/coach jump progression and demonstrate all the skills required to achieve an A license. Seriously, who cares if you need to do a couple more turns or front loops? You're there to learn after all.
Another great thing about Eloy is that most of the instructors and coaches you will encounter there are typically world-class skydivers. It makes a difference because not everyone that's a great skydiver is a great teacher and you will find no shortage of mentors there that will suit your personal goals and personality.
Want to get personal dedicated training? It only takes money and time. I'm sure there's no shortage of resident former/current shit-hot freefly or RW team members from the likes of Arizona Airspeed and others hanging around in the winter that will literally train you until you pass out with coach jumps if that's what you want.
edit: I will also add that Spaceland, Perris, Elsinore, etc are all great as well. I've just never made it to Florida.
(This post was edited by mattjw916 on Sep 5, 2013, 7:58 AM)
Post edited by mattjw916
() on Sep 5, 2013, 7:58 AM