This is a product that will be useful to you if you are already getting some success with women, but don't get consistent results. In order to use it you already need to have some basic approaching and attracting women skills. It is high on theory and low on implementation 'how to' advice.
For instance, you get a lot of success with some types of women but not others (perhaps the ones you want). This makes it difficult for you to implement unless you already understand a lot and can use the theoretical ideas to figure implementation out for yourself. Vin Di Carlo and Brian Burke have done a good job of capturing some of the major differences between women in the 3 dimensions they give you in Pandora's Box.
This is a real gap in the system from my point of view. It is obvious that Vin Di Carlo and Brian Burke have based this system on a comprehensive view of what they have seen and experienced in the U. I can see that it would be more difficult to use the system to understand and relate to women that have different cultures through ethnicity and/ or have lived most of their lives outside of Anglo-Saxon culture. The pieces in this product as it stands alone are: Many of the tips given to you in the "Ultimate Strategy Guide" part of the course aimed at each of the 8 personalities are actually relevant to all women. In other words, it's advice that you should follow no matter the woman - it's always relevant.
Including it would have taken the system to a whole new level of depth - but perhaps the complexity would be too difficult to teach then? The system doesn't capture the extremes involved, although the guidelines are still relevant. A few examples: At times, I also found the advice confusing and not well thought out.
There are no secret words that will magically attract the women of your dreams.
It also claims that it is the first dating system that customizes your approach to different women.
The first was actually Dating to Relating published back in 2007.
Although as you'll see from our review of Dating to Relating, Pandora's Box is much more effective and useful. The first four parts continue a mixture between basic dating advice (a review of principles covered in Vin Di Carlo's first book The Attraction Code), marketing and building up the Pandora's Box product.
If you already have the skills to meet and attract women, have become observant of women's social cues, and are getting 'sporadic' success then you may be ready for Pandora's Box.
You don't pay a high price point, as with this product, to have to read through a lot of marketing - it's unreasonable.
If you haven't already read The Attraction Code this will be less noticeable for you, as there will be some new content.
So despite this remark in their product, I'd say their insights are more relevant than the statement would infer.
Summary: My feeling is that Vin and Brian were trying a bit too hard to make women sound different in this important chapter of the course.