See if there are different leaders in your area. Where I went there were two women leading the meetings on different days. One I thought was brilliant, the other less so. Try a few different leaders to find one who gels with your personality. It makes it much easier to keep going then!
The Australian Weight Watchers site has a tool which can help you find the meetings in your area. I found this very useful when I started.
When I was doing the meetings we didn't get the e-Tools automatically. You had to pay extra for those. Anyone can use the free part of the site, though, which I found helpful. I found the message-boards a great support. The people were friendly and could answer a lot of questions about points and other Weight Watcher specific issues.
When I first signed up for the meetings there was a free trial of the e-Tools that you could take up. I didn't bother since you had to use your credit card to activate it then opt-out at the end of the trial (I'm not a fan of that tactic). So if you wanted to have a go at the e-Tools without the added expense of signing up to the Unlimited plan from the start you might want to see if there is at least a free trial available.
The best place to find out about the plans and how much they cost might be the message board at the official Weight Watchers site. Find out what the people there think of the different plans available, and if any of them have changed plans for any reason. They should be able to help you.