These guys offer several different styles, but I can only comment about one: Northern Shaolin kung fu.
I met the teacher back earlier this year at a Chinese New Year festival & demo expo at another kung fu school here in Atlanta. I didn't start right away, but a month or so later, I decided to try it out.
I've had some traditional kung fu training before when I lived in Hong Kong and then in Singapore - and even did some Northern Shaolin kung fu in Hong Kong. But unfortunately there was a little bit of stereotyping towards Americans and I didn't have the best time.
The Northern Shaolin teacher at PATHS Atlanta knows his stuff and can teach it. I've been taking private lessons with him now for almost half a year and I am still loving it - even though I often feel quite sore :P
Yeah, you get a great work-out of course, but you also learn real kung fu, qigong, chinese language (I know a good bit of Cantonese, so his Mandarin is new for me :)), philosophy, strategy, applications, history and a bunch of stuff. They've got a few intro forms (I am on my second one and although it appears pretty simplistic at first - I am seeing its true depths now), I think like 10 or so main hand forms, two man forms, conditioning, drills, skill-work, applications, extra forms and weaponry too.
This is getting too long so i will cut it short, but just wanted to say - This is THE STUFF! Go Sifu Craig!