The best thing about this course is that it teaches the concepts of Python in a fun and engaging way. Coming in, people would attempt to learn the course either out of sheer desire for learning or as a requirement. This course presents the concepts in a way that you learn them as you are doing something fun.
The instructors also do a good job of keeping the course material engaging and memorable as they can. They give enough programming tips to get you through the mini-projects (maybe giving a little too much at times) but you should be able to use the concepts to get you through each step.
Only concern perhaps is the transmissibility of the knowledge. Most of the concepts especially leading to the 2nd half of the course deal heavily with simplegui which, while engaging and robust enough for the course material and creating 2D Games, leaves little transmissibility in terms of how Python is used in real-world applications.
If you're in it for learning Python in a fun and engaging manner, this is the course to take.