Finally got around to watching both premiere episodes. Hmm, not really sure if I like it yet or not. If the show is totally focused on these four main bidders, that makes it a little frustrating for me because I would love to see a lot of different people actually bid on a unit. And that's the first time I ever saw an automobile in a unit! Plenty outside, along with boats, trailers, etc. - but not inside what looked to be a 10 x 12.
I can also totally relate to the attitude of the "regulars" when they see each other show up time after time - they get that "oh great, here comes so and so" look, knowing they will most likely have to get into a bidding war and spend more than they really wanted. And I have seen first hand how a bidder will just totally run the bid up with absolutely no intention of being the winner. I stood and watched while a lady desperately tried to buy back her late grandmother's unit (she had no idea it was going up for auction until it was too late to pull it, she arrived just as the auctions were starting for the day AND didn't have enough to pay the total amount owed), anyway, she was trying to get it for like $200 and some other woman just drove the bid up to around $450 "just for the fun of it" (her words). Now see, that kind of mentality - jerking around someone just because you can - I don't get that.
ANYway, I will keep watching for now....it's pretty entertaining.