I'm trying it again, after falling off of it when it was newer. The American Revolution didn't do much for me - maybe because I know basically nothing about it. It was still interesting, but not much did stick.I started Revolutions recently. I liked History of Rome better, but then again Rome is just way more interesting than England. Hopefully the American Revolution is more compelling.
But I just got through the French Revolution, and that one was really good. So, at least make it there. The closer the podcast got to the Terror, the more interesting it became for me, but maybe that's just me. I'm just fascinating by the escalation of these things.
Also, if you enjoyed History of Rome, you might want to check out History of Byzantium, by Robin Pierson. He kind of picks up where Mike Duncan stops, but switches to the perspective of the Eastern half of the Empire. From there, it's basically the same format, with a few things added, like regularly looking back at the last hundred years, or so, to give people a general overview. It's a good one.