Mike Pappas' Professional Airline Systems in Carlsbad, California. Mike was a Delta widebody FO (he has several types, including B727, and could have made DC-9 Captain but didn't want a Cincinnati domicile - can't say that I blame him, considering where he lives). I got my CE-500 with Mike in 1990 for something like $3K. Undoubtedly, the price has gone up in 11½ years. You can do both at the same time; the PTS is the same for both. In addition, he spent a lot of time with us in an informal interview prep and career seminar. I took two rides with Mike; the CE-500 type and a single-engine ATP the next day in a Warrior. I sent one of our Italian students to Mike in 1992 for a type rating. Mike said the student did fine, especially considering the student had just gotten his Commercial and didn't speak great English. I recommend PAS highly.
Hopefully, PAS is still around. I don't take any professional pilot mags and I haven't been able to find it on the internet.
Last I heard PAS was based in Scottsdale, AZ. Did my CE500 type with them in early 1999 and it was very well organized. I think it cost about $4,000 then. The curriculum (and cost) was a lot less than Flisght Safety or Simuflite, but they prepared you to pass the test -period. I don't know how safe you would be if this was your only jet training, but I felt very confident when it came time to take the practical.
Who ever bought the citation a boss or yourself Can afford a proper school don't let a lower price swing you, Oh yea just because you get a rating from someone, doesn't mean you know everthing you should know to fly that plane. You get what you pay for!!!!!!!!!!!