You can count on the workout being well organized with clear directions and goals. The only thing that I personally miss form the work out is the infrequency of agility exercises. It seems that the Orange theory designers of the workout would try to cycle in agility exercises more often. Agility is as important as cardio and strength.
I am not fond of the music when it is R and B or Rap. The inconsistent beats, rather the lack of musicality, make it difficult to find a rhythm when on the treadmill. Consequently I am never able to achieve high splat points when that music is being played. I am a power walker and depend on the musicality to up my workout. Perhaps if the Rap or R and B was manipulated to be coordinated to a heart rate it would not be such a deterrent. Some instructors are able to take this into consideration better than others.
My coach (Taylor) is in large part what makes a difference. She makes it fun; she encourages without being confrontational; she provides positive feedback; etc. I appreciate the variety, and the alternatives that are always available. The staff are great.. friendly, encouraging, attentive. For me - if works out great for the gym to be on my way home ; ). I do at times struggle with the cost.. it's a lot for my financial reality.
The intervals/blocks each day. Always something different and challenging but the trainers help to support you as well as the group. The trainers were very nice in taking the time to explain things to me, help me during the workout with form and motivate to keep pushing through it. Some days I leave incredibly sore but I know that means it was just another great day.