Less is More
I tend to take this approach to PE. I don’t feel that the 1,000-jelq sessions are for me. When I was a personal trainer (and not just armchair, I was putting up decent numbers myself), I found that the most common mistake was overtraining. Everyone seemed to think that more work always meant more gains. However, I made my best gains (which included a 300-lb seated military press) on very abbreviated routines.
I know that some guys, like DLD, have made great progress on a high-volume approach (just like some guys in the gym thrived on 20-30 sets per bodypart, spending hours at a time lifting), but I believe that most folks would do much better doing much less.
DLD has also been doing this for years, and he didn’t start out that way. I’ve found that doing PE every other day, for about 35 minutes, gives me the best results (that time includes hotwraps 5-10 min, jelqs 10 min, stretches 10-15 minutes).
I think people should approach PE with a minimal baseline and work up very gradually, cementing their gains as they go.