She's an agent/lawyer and her website states the following:
"In general, we do not charge reading fees. However, we have writers on staff who charge editing fees, write and edit proposals and books. For an extensive manuscript analysis, there is a charge of $600. Additional services include: complete manuscript analyses for $750; editorial services for proposals and books at $40-$80 per hour depending on the amount of work involved; ghost writers provided on a project-by-project basis."
PM lists several six-figure deals that she made since 2001, including 2 in January 2008.
I've seen agents who offer those services and don't say anything about charging the author for them. I have to wonder if she would she take on a project if the author didn't want to pay for any of her expensive services.
Does her track record mean that this agent is a good one, regardless of the expensive services that she offers?