The suburbs do not resemble the holy places where the Bible is set and the sermons are not in Aramaic. I would think that they could at least learn Akkadian, but no. I read that the early Church Fathers were poverty- stricken aesthetes. They got it wrong, if you look at Willow Church.
Aside from these minor drawbacks, the place is great. I thought I heard mention of certain 'parallel deities' at one point in the sermon, but I might be wrong. I was mainly interested in learning what language the angels speak in Heaven (Iraneus' old standby, Latin, seems erroneous). Although this particular point was not addressed, I still had a bushel of fun. Nicholas of Cusa may have railed against riches, but he could be wrong, too.
The nice thing about Willow Creek is that they in no way prohibit Puerto Ricans from joining. I am not Puerto Rican myself, but many of my friends are, and I know them as vigorous in everything, religion included.
I was, however, disappointed that there was no willow or creek in the church. But then, there is no grove in Morton!
Augustine of Hippo said it best: ""inter faeces et urinam nascimur.""
Pros: not as odd as the moonies
Cons: big and confusing, if you get lost easily