This Finders Course Techniques and Protocol post on Reddit contains some of the best estimates about what constitutes the Finders Course. I have been interested in the course due to both the unusual and specific research efforts and the results of the participants. The post also contains a reasonable amount of information about the controversial background of the course founder.
I found the group awareness exercise where a small group (over video chat) attempts to discuss awareness itself, to be very interesting, kind of a participatory direct pointing exercise that I felt could be very useful, if a bit difficult. The videos of this exercise are being rapidly taken down apparently as a result of the post. 2 out of 6 are still available as of this writing.
I had spent a lot of time attempting to suss out the contents of the course myself, and had stumbled onto most of the same material. In part, it inspired me to provide a bare bones guide to these greatest hits of the meditation world in the Basic Meditation Styles post on the other blog, also linked at the upper right.
Again, what I saw happening in the group awareness exercise, that's a very interesting exercise and it's something that I imagine helps keep people motivated and on track, because it gets people to address the key "direction" of meditation in a very direct way and it provides some social pressure to really delve into it.
I suspect the group activities as well as the weekly accountability and the cost of the program to be vital in motivating people to commit to a substantial amount of daily practice.