You can read all about it here: A Month of Sundays.
Their comments and observations should be included in a Real Life Evangelism 101 class. Most of them could not be classified as "seekers" in any sense, they were just there to do a job and wouldn't have darkened the doors otherwise. Most of them had very little church background and several alluded to unpleasant memories of churchgoing. And most seem to be twenty and thirty-somethings.
One of the most positive comments came from the guy who attended a Presbyterian church. I think he was much more predisposed to be favorable to church in general than the other reporters.
Many of you enjoy reading the church reviews on the Ship of Fools site. This is very different because the reviewers often have no idea what is going on in a traditional (let alone a contemporary) worship service. Their frame of reference is wholly secular.
Hat tip: Decently and In Order.