Todd's enthusiasm for his work is infectious. He is extremely kind and approachable and he manages to teach Shakespeare in all his complexity and renown without perpetuating elitism or the idea that Shakespeare is somehow dry or boring. I'm also endlessly impressed by his ability to memorise and perform passages from the Bard's plays. If you're lucky enough to have Todd teaching a module on Shakespeare, you will probably be treated to his one-man performances during your seminars and your life will be better for it. Even if you have Todd for a different module, you will undoubtedly receive enthusiastic, accessible teaching that really fosters your ability to develop your own thinking and consider ideas beyond those which you have encountered before the course.
Some of his PowerPoints can be a little inaccessible in terms of text on-screen if you don't use a laptop in lectures and instead rely on the projector, but this is such a minor issue that it hardly counts. Even if you prefer to write by hand, I recommend bringing a laptop or tablet just in case.