MM is really working for me. I have some serious OCD tendencies, and cleaning is difficult for me. I can't do anything without making a list, and b/c I put every little thing on the list, it ends up being 5 pages long. And once I get started, I can't stop until every little nook and cranny is clean. It's almost paralyzing. So, I've had a cleaning lady (4 hours a month) for several years.
Well, the cleaning lady has been let go. For the first time ever, I feel like I may be able to tackle my own house. Instead of worrying about everything that needs done, I can let go and trust that it is on the list at some point. I also like that things are done in chunks--cleaning the bottom shelf of the fridge one day, the top shelf another, the door shelves another, etc.--so no task is too overwhelming. I also like that if I miss a chore, I can let it go b/c it will show up again later b/c there are some things that are hard to do with a clingy toddler.
I actually don't do the list 100%. Some of the daily things were only getting done every two weeks when the cleaning lady was here, so I figure if I do them twice a week, I'm doing good.
And I do sometimes use the list as more of a weekly list than daily, since I teach a class two mornings a week, and since I think the Friday list tends to be kind of long.