It's hard to give a rating with having listened to only two + episodes. I started at the most recent and I couldn't figure out what the @#$% was going on; both characters spoke to each other as if they each knew what they were talking about; I sure didn't; I kept waiting for something to be revealed, but lost interest. Then I went back to episode #1. Again, it wasn't as direct as I'd hoped it would be, but the vocal quality of all the players was good; the 'doc' spoke a bit too slowly. Episode #2 proved better as I got to listen to the letter that Shane's father wrote during the pandemic; that was interesting to 'look back' on something we're right in the middle of . . . it's a compelling premise but I find the conversations a bit slow and meandering. I haven't listened to many podcasts, so I'm not an expert. But the production values and the writing are both good. So it's promising!