Pros: They're hot--kind of.
Cons: Expensive, gooey, sludgy mess
I just paid over $8 for the Baja chicken sandwich and I honestly can't get past the third bite. They run the sandwich briefly through the oven (not even melting the cheese) and then deluge it with this thick, gooey sauce that tastes like msg paste, toss on a few onions and bacon bits, and call that a sandwich? The thing was a cold, soggy mess by the time I unwrapped it and made the mistake of blindly biting into it without checking for problems. The good news is that the HUGE chunks of onion and overpowering barbecue sauce somewhat covered the stale processed flavor of the chicken--somewhat. While not in any way edible, this "sandwich" is providing some amount of entertainment: I'm currently sitting at my desk watching with fascination as the sauce disolves the bun into a primordial-looking sludge. Oh, now it's eating through the paper...
Quiznos seriously needs to change things up. I've never had a sandwich that wasn't deluged in some kind of trumped up, gimmicky sauce someone made with a chemistry set. The bread is pasty and flat, the ingredients are spare (again, except for the sauce), and I can't help feeling that I'm poisoning myself in some way. I want a hot sandwich on slightly-toasted bread, with gooey melted cheese and natural ingredients. For this price I could go to a REAL restaurant and order a REAL sandwich--I won't make this mistake again.
Does the product development team actually test their own creations? I honestly can't picture that.