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He's pretty alright. His way of teaching doesn't work for everyone—the whole "I'll keep asking until someone says the answer" during lecture. Overall though he did teach us the material pretty thoroughly, and (thankfully?) he doesn't cover any of the low-level transistor stuff that some M16/M51A professors cover. He does go pretty in depth elsewhere though, and the midterm/final are pretty difficult. He did mention that this was his first time teaching M16, so perhaps that explains the difficulty of the exams but he's overall pretty fair.
One midterm, one final project, one final exam. Start on the project early—it's not actually that hard once you get started, but it's a lot to wrap your mind around.