I saw it and even though there have been accusations of it being "staged"; I still enjoy watching it if for anything just to learn in the happenstance that I might run into something similar in the future.
One thing I find interesting about Storage Wars is that many of them (such as Jarrod) could care less about learning about an item when they take it to them; they only care about its value. I do understand that they simply want to flip and make some bucks but I would think you would want to learn as you go along so you can estimate value.
I also wonder if some of the prices thrown around are realistic. Dave Hester found some crappy refrigerator in a storage locker and valued it at $200. It looked like a generic, no name refrigerator. You can buy a generic no name refrigerator brand new for $200 so who would pay $200 for something like that? I also like the way there is always the buried treasure in a jewelry box stashed in a cheap Goodwill looking dresser drawer.
"The farther we go, the more the ultimate explanation recedes from us, and all we have left is faith."