My daughter is a pre-Comet (what they call the Kiker Inclusion kids). She's actually one of the younger ones (they allow 3 year olds to join, if there are kids with special needs at that age). She's enjoyed it thoroughly. She thinks she's a big kid now, because she goes to big kid school!
The amount of growth she's shown is fairly remarkable. The teachers are great, they truly do care. The fact that she's attending school gives a bit more structure and depth to what she would otherwise have experienced at daycare.
I'd give it a big thumbs up.
Having said that, as a previous poster commented, it is very hard to get a spot. Unless, of course, you are asking because you applied to CDC for your kids and they said they had no space (as usual) and then said they did have an opening at the Inclusion program. In which case, I would definitely say go for it. You get two teachers (well educated) in each room. Your child gets exposed to things he/she otherwise might not, which is good for them, imo. And in the end, if you don't like it, it is my understanding that you can always take your child out of the program and send them to a regular daycare.
The only thing to keep in mind is that during Summer you'll need to make arrangement for daycare for your child, as the inclusion program is only during the school year. And CDC won't guarantee a spot at the actual CDC. They'll just wait list you. Of course, if your kid is going into Kinder the following year, I think you can just enroll in Camp Kaleidoscope (CDC Summer Camp).
Oh, and welcome to Circle C! I'm sure you'll like living here. Great place to raise your kids.