It was good. it doesn't show much about how to make the cakes, you certainly wouldn't learn anything from it. but it's nice to see the inner workings of some prominent cake shops and the planning of a cake from the first meeting with the client to delivery.
I watched it. I love watching these shows. I like to look in the background to see what brands they use and to pick up any tips I can to make my life easier. I found it quite interesting... from the woman who doesn't like to make buttercream covered cakes, to the groom who screwed up by picking a cake that his fiance hated and the bakery had to scramble at the last minute to come up with a new design, to the carving of the pink car... It was worth my time... especially when you record and play it back in half the time by FFing through all of the commercials.
It was a good show, I'll watch it again. If you just want to see the end results they have a slide show of all the cakes on the We TV web site. It should be http://www.wetv.com/amazing-wedding-cakes/ There are also bios of all the bakers.
The birch tree was by far my favorite. I would like to attempt that cake one day from memory. THE convertible had way too much non edible artwork forming the backdrop! It might have been much cuter if they had made much of the backdrop from gumpaste. The grill on the front of the cake could have been a little cleaner also. I did find several techniques and ideas interesting and I will definitely watch it again.