Well, I can report my experience with nutrisystem after a week has been disappointing. I signed up for the men's "core" program. The one they say 95% of their members take. When I got ready to call a counselor to ask a question I was told the "core" program didn't include it but for 19 dollars more a month I could add it to my membership. Then I was at work and couldn't find the meal I had the night before in my account online. In fact, I couldn't find an inventory list anywhere in my online account. So I called customer service and was told they only list what you have when you subscribe to the add on that lets you choose or change your meals. Another 19 dollars a month for that. Then I asked why I didn't get any frozen foods and NO MEATS with my order... only freeze dried soy substitutes. I was told that was part of their "gourmet" program and I could upgrade for $199 more per month for a dozen meals and then I could buy additional meals at a per meal price. The protein drinks you are allowed in the morning are extra too, but you have to upgrade your program in order to be able to buy them. Then... if all that isn't enough, you only get entre's for your meals. All of your go-withs you have to provide and believe me... most of your meal is go-withs. In-fact, seems like half the dinners require you to add stuff to the entre that IMO should be included in the meal.
I really thought I was getting a month's worth of meals, but instead I was getting a starter package to tease me into spending a fortune.
On the upside, I like the low glycemic diet IF I can lose weight on it and it's not that hard to do. It's more to it than just counting calories, but even after a week, I've got a pretty good handle of the low GI foods and the high GI foods.