I've watched it and I thought it was pretty good. I don't think it was that indie. It was written during the WGA strike just for the internet. It does set a good example for indie for indie films: you don't have to have a million bucks or use a bunch of green screen effects to make a good movie. Major studios could take a cue from this too.
I haven't watched it yet, but only because I suspect that it will be awesome, and I kind of don't want it stuck in my head for several days afterward.
Yes, kind of weird logic, and I'm not sure when I'll actually get around to it, but yeah.
Oh, it will get stuck in your head. It's a very, very good show.