Well that's kind of a hard thing to respond to. "Meh" and "hoity toity" being strongly emotional terms.
I've been on the subscription since it started, two years ago now. I've had some very, very good coffees, a few I didn't like at all, a lot that were interesting and some that seemed a bit pedestrian to me. They're not sending out Folgers and Kirkland Signature roast.
But I've had exposure to 24 different roasters and around 40 different coffees, as most sent two kinds of beans. I will dare say, that's given me far more experience with coffee than most enthusiasts or even many professionals.
Here's a link to everything I've tried in the last two years:https://home.lamarzoccousa.com/category ... scription/
I think the value for me is having experience with a very wide variety of coffees, from roasters in and outside of the USA, with very different offerings. I've learned how to up my game and how to extract the best possible from the coffee using the equipment I have.
That's also given me some perspective on "internet wisdom" vs hands-on experience in reality.
So, overall, very worth it.