I subscribed three days ago and I really like his method. It is rather expensive but the lessons are addictive. I started from the absolute beginning and I think his method is very good for people who want to learn nylon-string/classical guitar from scratch. He takes the time to explain things (music notation, theory, etc) and it is well structured. Compared to Noad he goes much slower and I like that. He has filmed every exercise in detail and explains why the exercise is important. But if you are an experienced player and want to play more advanced music, than you should know that his repertoire is now at the level of Study in D major by Sor, Lagrima by Tarrega, Le Papillon by Mauro Giuliani. He calls that level 2. In his blog he has announced that he soon will teach more advanced music, (level 3, level 4) but I don't know how soon. Some (too few) participants are sharing recordings of their playing, but I hope that more people will do that in the near future.
Again, I would have taken the lessons of Delcamp, if I didn't had to go with my full name and exercises freely on the internet.
Maybe I'll see you soon at Simon's