Have you seen their website yet? If not, you can check out lots of stuff on there, they have both videos and photos. http://www.westcoastcamps.com/wakeboard_camp_youth.html
On a personal level, when in high school, I went on a number of wakeboard trips with Mike, and he is a total class act. The plain and simple truth is he does it right. He starts with the fundementals, and works up from there. It isn't boot camp though, the campers have fun, with so much other stuff available for them when they aren't out riding.
Alliance did a video of the coaches that you can see here http://www.alliancewake.com/wake/mee...camps-coaches/
I don't know much about the coaches, but on a personal level, the biggest thing that I noticed about Mike, when he was in high school was that he was humble. I was amazed when he watched his peers drop their jaws at what he could do and yet when he wasn't getting pulled behind a boat, he was a totally normal kid...no ego. I did meet Trever last summer, having no idea that he was capable of what he does in that video. He was totally a nice kid, ( I am 30 and I assume he is way younger than me).
In fairness though I must confess I am biased. Like I said I went on a few trips to the lake with Mike. I have actually purchased a houseboat on Lake McClure within this last calender year. I am however in no way affiliated with WCC though. If you want more info about my interaction with him and his family I would be happy to share it with you if you PM me.
Let me close by saying this though, I have a 10 month old daughter, and the year she can get up on a wakeboard, that is the year she is getting instruction from Mike or his coaches. Having done it on my own and developed a bunch of terrible habits, I don't want her following in my footsteps.
Hope this helps