I agree with virtually none of the opinions at the Piano Education Page and think their name gives many people the wrong impression. Their method reviews are inane and their software reviews aren't much better. They sharply criticize Alfred, Bastien and Faber while writing glowing recommendations of Robyn and Pace. Have you seen the Robyn books? They are priceless -- for comedy. Dr. Middle C indeed.
And "the Ancient Graces" in "Short Etudes with Ornaments for Piano" creates an entire family tree of the ornaments beginning with Grace, the Baby through the Great-Grandparents. (I can't find a smilie to match the level of humor here.) But I digress.
I have seen references to their opinions of methods on various other piano sites quoted as if they are fact. And many, many sites have links to the Piano Education Page so more and more people will be misled.
They do have some nice MIDI files playing in the background and available for download (courtesy of Classical MIDI Archives?) and some good links. One of their interesting pages is http://www.unm.edu/~loritaf/pnokids.html#Meet
the Composer which might help to stimulate interest in a few great classical composers, but there's not much substance.
Promising to search my bookmarks for a good recommendation for the next post, Rhapsody