Yes it is.
They look nice, but buying a bike from a fat guy for twice what it's worth is not my idea of a good deal.
Interesting to note that Klein never had a set of "rider weight limits" on its frames. Nowadays, when I'm admiring some of the nicer, lightweight stuff I usually see some sort of * with fine print that indicates that anyone over 180 pounds or so is outta luck.
In any event, it seems a bit silly to suggest that all Klein owners are "fat guys". For the record I'm 5'8" 170 pounds so by my very existence, his theory is false.
And as to the definition of "worth" - isn't that a relative statement at its core? For example, that Yeti C-26 that recently sold was "worth" $1,000 TO ME so by Panza's argument, its value should have been $2,000 which is twice its worth.
But to the person who actually bought it, it was worth much much more TO THEM. In any event, I love the Klein haters. In fact, I wish there were more of them - it means that there would be fewer people for me to compete with when a tasty Klein comes up for sale somewhere.