||Don't be fooled by the initial splash screen!! You will scroll down to see a bunch of girls, mainly high school cheerleaders named "Candice," "Allison," "Emily", etc, which appear to link to content on this site which you can access only if you are a member.
However, these particular girls are not anywhere to be found on this site... What's on the site are a grand total of 784 pics (as of 11/30/12), all pics are actually of college cheerleaders, and all of these pics appear to be lifted straight out of the public domain (Internet scouring/newsgroups).
784 may sound like a lot, but this site has been running for years, and I know there are cheerleader newsgroups which post 60-100 pics per post, per day. And this site says that it is "the largest collection of teen cheerleaders on the net." You have got to be joking.
Also, there are a grand total of 24 cheerleader videos for download, the majority of them are grainy/blurry (even in the best formats), jittery camera, and a fair number of these are videos of asian/thai/japanese cheerleaders.
As for their business practices--BAD. When you first sign up, they automatically check certain checkboxes for you, essentially stating you want to sign up extra features where you will be billed in a recurring fashion. It's off to the right in small letters, if you aren't paying attention you will find that you accidentally signed up and will be hit with "surprise" charges.
After that, they try the same trick again to get you to agree to a free four day pass, (and in a small asterisk to the side--after which you will be billed $39.95 recurring). Brazenly, the website even states this is "for your convenience." If you unwittingly agree you will get hit with more recurring charges.
Also, the datestamp of the updates appears to be algorithmically generated (i.e., it is a "lie" to make you think they are still updating this website). I saw one set of pics that actually stated it was posted 12-01-12. Problem: That's actually tomorrow. And it was too early west-coast time to be explained by time zone differences.
The organization of the website is also pretty bad. Nobody tells you pictures appear after the vids in the result set. And rather than the content being tailored just for Teenie Cheerleader, which is what you paid for, the home page is more like a portal to all the other websites you didn't really sign up for, but came with your membership. A minor consolation is the drop down filter at the upper right.
At the end of the day, you're frustrated that they tried to swindle you out of money right out of the starting gate, the content that appeared on the splashscreen wasn't actually there after you signed up, the content that was there (pictures)...even though it was high quality, it really wasn't much in the way of quantity and you could probably get the same content for free on Internet newsgroups. And the video quality was so bad, the 24 vids aren't even worth downloading.
So what do you think? Ready to sign up for it now?