I wanted to like this podcast more given all of its Pros. My biggest con of listening to a couple episodes was how long it took for us to get into the meat of the story. I found myself checking the timecode, sure that the story would start soon during the openings. Once the story got started, the things I found to be Pros started to slip away.
PROS: the hosts are personal, conversational, and easily connected to. They have great rapport, the audio quality is great, and their voices vary enough in timbre that I have no trouble telling who's who or assigning personality to both. A great duo to host a podcast, and a great rapport to keep listeners active. During the openings their banter was great, though irrelevant to my tuning into the show.
CONS: Once the show got started, their rapport halted a bit. As they began to read stories their connection grew less and less and I found myself feeling like I was listening to a Wikipedia readout. So the things I enjoyed in the opening (despite not connecting with the opening structurally) were lost when we got into the story, which is what I wished started earlier.