I've done it for a few months and have a mixed opinion of it.
-initial weight loss was awesome, went down two notches on my belt pretty much overnight, all the while getting heavier so I was happy as hell about that. However, this plateaued pretty quickly and I have not gotten any leaner (although I should point out I was already 6 pack lean before I started so a heavier dude might not plateau as fast).
Just to clarify, you cut morning intake and then started with lean meals in the late morning/early afternoon.
the 2 main, take-home points I learned from IF is that carb-backloading is the ultimate way to eat. Keep your during the day meals small and low carb, and feast in the evening. The second main point is that the idea you have to eat 6 meals a day, eating ever 2-3 hours is a pile of BS.
This is wild, all of the mainstream crap said lower carbs at night before bedtime, small balanced meals and never ever skip breakfast.
no wonder most Americans are fat.