After seeing the first episode on line, I definitely have a "wait and see" attitude. I love the premise, and I really like the characters, but the show is going to have to come together a bit better if it becomes a keeper for me. Here's the problem: in order for this show to be of long term interest, alter-ego bad boy Ian Price needs to have at least some redeeming qualities, just be very different from Dr. Cole. Along these lines, "My Own Worst Enemy" got it right -- one ego was a James Bond clone and the other was a meek and mild family man, but they both had qualities to like about them, and as the show went on, each of them actually learned to successfully pretend to be the other, and grew to have some sympathy for the other's position. I want to see something like that on "Do No Harm." If Ian Price is just a "demon" that Dr. Cole has to deal with, then the show is going to be pretty two dimensional and of limited interest. Let's hope the writers have something better than that in mind, and fully develop both personalities.