I like the general mood you guys have. You are almost always upbeat, and it works well. Your shows tend to be interesting and well thought out, especially Autopsy. I also find myself really loving the nostalgia factor in Eljay's reviews. Makes me feel young again, and reminds me of the days I spent looking over the catalogs at the sets I really wanted.
I will be perfectly honest here, the thing I don't like is the podcast itself. Not that it's bad, but it's not my style. I don't really have time often to sit through an hour long video, and if I did, what you guys talk about there doesn't interest me that much. I've yet to really sit through a full podcast, but the descriptions seem to imply that you spend the whole time just talking about LEGO related things. If I'm wrong about that, do tell me, but I don't personally have interest in sitting through people talking about toy lines I care little for. So, I guess if I had to suggest an improvement of any kind, it would be to widen what you speak about in the podcasts? Just talk about whatever maybe? I dunno. Remember this likely only applies to me. I'm sure that most of your fanbase would be perfectly happy with you just talking about LEGO stuff.
I see a few people asking for more Let's Plays. While that would be fine, be careful with what you pick. A lot of people were asking for BIONICLE Heroes. Your MNOG LP was actually pretty good, but that's also a good game. I saw an attempt at a mediocre game, being Maze of Shadows, and, not to be offensive, but it was pretty bad Let's Play. BIONICLE Heroes takes that game and makes it way longer and more tedious, and not only am I shocked that so many people want to watch anyone play that game, but also that they want relatively inexperienced LPers to try to tackle it. Commentating a bad game is hard to do, and it's even harder with the monotony of a game like Heroes, which you will even run out of things to make fun of in the game after an hour or two.