This gym looks pretty intimidating from the outside - it's filled with all sorts of weight machines and it has windows all down the length of the building on two sides.
If you want to work out with weights, this place is a great choice because of all the different machines (it's not just different brands of the same type of machine all set up in little circuits) and there are plenty of serious body builder types there but nobody will look at you funny if you aren't one of them. Lots of regulars, which gives it a nice feeling like they don't just want you to sign up and give them money but then not come back. It's also a great place to find a personal trainer...they can recommend one to you, or they have a big rack business cards from maybe 16 different trainers, several of which you will find out on the weight floor with their clients at any given time.
They don't have a lot of aerobic classes - they have one room they do classes in and maybe 4 or 5 classes a day ranging from "cardio boot camp" to "cardio kick boxing" to yoga and spinning. A lot of the classes only take place once or twice a week so if you really love a particular kind of class you might not get as much of it as you want.
I can forgive them the skimping on aerobics classes, but I really wish they wouldn't be so stingy with the air conditioning on hot days. Yeah, I go to a gym to sweat, but I want to sweat because I'm working out hard, not because it's hotter than Hades.