I used to watch it more often. But frankly the antics between Paul Jr and Sr get pretty tiresome. Either the editors and producers focus way too much on their dysfunctional relationship, or the Paul's need some serious help.
I am not a huge fan of their bikes either. No matter what they do it all seems the same. Plus I think the show does not show enough of the artistry and craftsmenship that go into the bikes. Perhaps if they did shows with them doing customer bikes that might be better.
American Hot Rod is ok. I watched the marathon when they did the junk yard dog and I was pretty impressed. But again, too much emphasis on the "drama" in the garage and not enough on the design and craftsmanship. That and I do not particularly like Boyd Coddington.
A&E and Discovery have also done some other shows of this type that I think are much better in my opinion. There is one with Jason Priestly hosting that features a different shop each week. One week it was Steven Millen and his guys dropping a V8
into a Lexus IS300, another was a custom shop that took a 55 or 56 (cannot remember) Chevy Truck and turned it into a sick looking roadster.
Stop drop and roll will not save you in hell. --- seen on a church marque in rural Virginia