star school is definitely worth the money
the biggest revelation for me was riding two up w/pridmore. it's unreal how much braking force is available while trail braking into a turn/corner. unfortunately the two day school i did was on a wet track w/out a lot of camber or elevation change & is pretty slick when not totally wet or dry. it needs to be completely wet for rain tyres to work. i was lucky to get a few laps during a dry afternoon to ride on back of his bike, but wasn't able to apply what i'd picked up that day due to more rain
the other thing that i learned, that i hadn't really thought about as it's not as much of a concern w/riding 600s; is keeping the rpm range above the torque curve. reason being that the bike will spin up faster or too fast & lead to potential high siding. this is especially important on litre bikes due to when second bank of injectors come spraying on; the bike wants to wheelie or spin out/up too quickly. often leading to off track excursions.
their school had this austrailian fella working with him a couple of years ago; if he's still there, work with him if @ all possible. either jason or this aussie really seemed to have beneficial information for me. i've been to many racing/track oriented schools though so already had quite a bit of knowledge coming in.
don't be afraid to ask questions or for help. see an instructor about getting followed for critique on your riding style & position. & filmed if possible.
their prices are among the least expensive, but his staff didn't seem as knowledgeable as other schools i've experienced. i think the rain really threw them for working @ the track we rode @. idunno.......
most schools have a lot to do with the student ie. if you don't ask for help you most likely won't get an instructor pursuing you to 'help' you. that's how it is w/most schools; you get what you put in.
have fun & post up pics etc after completion. i believe he also did extend some training time on using rear brake properly. it's been a long time. i mention it due to many schools suggesting there's no advantage to utilizing the rear brake. guess all those thumb brake levers in motogp are for looks