As far as the premise of the book (and the miracle morning concept) is concerned I like Hal's ideas about waking up earlier that you normally would and following a positive morning routine. There is a great deal of common sense to the SAVERS and there is no doubt that most people could benefit from them.
The book itself, however, seems light on content and he seems not to flesh out each idea fully. He quotes heavily from well known people to illustrate his points without going into enough detail. I wanted more concrete information. Above all else I became more and more annoyed with the constant reminders to go to his website for more "free" content. Why not just put it in the book? After all I paid good money to read it. Well the answer is to try and sell you more products - coaching and seminars etc. I found this a real downer as it took away from the positive "here are some things that can help you" vibe of the book to a more "gimme more of your money" feel.
Despite all this though his enthusiasm and lust for life come through in the book and are quite infectious. Overall it is a decent read and guaranteed to provide some handy tips to give you a more focused morning that will lead to a more productive day. I have implemented some of his techniques and they have definitely helped me stay more on track.