Hola Hombre. As Mauricio has said, *Learning Spanish Like Crazy* is a totally separate course by a different company. Frankly, I think *Rocket Spanish* offers a better _introduction_ to Spanish. Indeed, it's the best introduction I know. Amy and Mauricio speak slowly, and they explain what you hear, so that you really understand it. Moreover, the supplementary materials they provide--the .pdf files containing the Conversation Course, the Beginners and Advanced manuals, etc., are magnificent!
However, I also think _very_ highly of Learning Spanish Like Crazy. It's a wonderful follow-up to Rocket Spanish. Once you've completed Rocket Spanish, LSLC is the program I'd recommend as a next step. But I don't think I'd do them together, nor would I recommend starting with LSLC and then moving on to Rocket Spanish. That's what I did, and as a result, I found the audio portion of Rocket Spanish too easy. Still, I was/am very impressed by the quality of the Rocket Spanish lessons and all the supplementary materials, some of which I'm still using with pleasure.
Learning Spanish Like Crazy offers more than 30 lessons. Each is about a half hour long. You'll find that the people speak much more rapidly than on the Rocket Spanish lessons. Also, because the lessons are much longer, they cover more and in more depth. Like Rocket Spanish, the emphasis is on Latin American Spanish. You'll hear a variety of Latin American accents; this puzzled me at first, but I eventually found it quite useful. Each of the lessons has an accompanying .pdf file that provides a transcript of the entire lesson. There are also some brief supplementary grammar lessons.
One other program you may hear about is Pimsleur. Whereas Rocket Spanish and LSLC have fairly modestly priced download versions, Pimsleur is _muy_ costoso (though some public libraries have copies available for borrowing--that's what I'm doing). People speak very highly of Pimsleur, and I agree that it's a good program. However, it doesn't provide any written transcript of what you're hearing on the CDs--a real drawback, in my opinion. Also, the Spanish that you'll hear tends to be a bit more formal than what you'll hear on Rocket Spanish or LSLC. There's more use of Usted rather than tú, for example, though from time to time they do use tú. If money is a problem and you're able to get Pimsleur II from your local library, that might be a reasonable follow-up to Rocket Spanish, but I'd more enthusiastically recommend that the follow-up be LSLC, which you can find at *__http://www.learningspanishlikecrazy.com/__.* As I think you already know, like Rocket Spanish, LSLC has a helpful web forum (at *__http://learningspanishlikecrazy.com/forum/__*). However, the Rocket Spanish forum has the advantage of immensely useful contributions from Amy and Mauricio.
I hope you find some of the above helpful.