Hi MBA Girl,
I know that you're probably looking for someone who has TAKEN, not TAUGHT, the course, but here's my two cents. I teach the weekend course pretty frequently and have had a number of students go through it.
My experience has been that the "intensive" class works best for people who have a pretty solid foundation in basic math and English coming in. Yes, we do spend time discussing those fundamental topics, but it's pretty tough for students with weaker backgrounds since we move right onto the harder stuff later in the day, rather than giving you a week to practice before the next class. So, if you're coming in with a score in the 300s or 400s, the weekend course may not be the best fit for you. But, if you're already in the 500s or 600s and just want to ramp it up a bit, you would probably get a lot out of it.
The other important thing about the weekend course is that you MUST leave yourself a few weeks after the class to study. It will do you no good whatsoever to finish the class on Sunday and take your GMAT the upcoming Tuesday. All of this GMAT stuff takes practice. My take on the weekend class is that we show you what you need to do - but then it's up to you to go home and work on it. I'd recommend that you give yourself about 3 or 4 weeks to practice after the class ends.
One more thing: as a "classroom" student, you are eligible for discounted tutoring rates. I think a great idea is to take the weekend class, and then supplement it with a handful of tutoring hours a couple weeks later to make sure you're on track and to answer any questions that have come up. I've had students do this with good results.
Hope this helps!
Jim S. - Veritas Prep GMAT Instructor (Los Angeles, CA)