Yes, I would get it. For the small amount of money a month that it costs, you really can't beat what's on there. They have top notch people making the videos, and there is a load of content. What's nice is that
- They add new content (they just add Mastering C# by Jon Skeet).
- If at some point in time you don't get any more value, you can always cancel.
We use it where I work to get people to pick up things they need to learn (we have several people who are just starting out on C# etc.). It honestly makes my life a lot easier, because I can have them watch it instead of creating presentations to teach them things they need to know. This sounds lazy, but I can honestly say from experience that it takes a lot of time to create a presentation to show a topic which gets people to understand concepts like programming.
This isn't also just for beginning people, they have a number of more advanced topics as well (multithreading etc.).