My knee jerk reaction is the same as Shadow's. However, I do believe that you can get really really good results out of that protein IF--and ONLY IF-- you have the whole food nutrition completely covered. I am a big fan. You can get a lot out of it as a beginner too, if money is no obstacle, but most beginners have way way too many mistakes and too little planning to make an investment like that. That shit is expensive! Worth the money, but too expensive to waste!
However the very utmost #1 thing I have to say to you is DON'T become a supplement whore as a beginner. Too too many people make that mistake and waste hundreds and hundreds of dollars on bullshit supps because of marketing. It is ALWAYS about how hard you work--including planning food intake-- not what you take.
Everybody, and I mean everybody, who asks me how I got to my present stage always asks me "what do you take bro?!" They never ever ask "how long have you worked so hard bro?!" See what I mean? That is why they will never achieve the goal they seem to want so bad.
The basics work very well, and they are: a good fast whey protein, creatine, dextrose/maltodextrin powder for carbs in your workout shakes. And actually, the Gatorade powder they sell in large tins at the grocery store is great for that. Read the ingredients though, it should say "dextrose" or "glucose" on it, NOT sucrose or glucose-fructose blend. To the best of my knowledge there are apparently 2 different formulas available as a powder.
Ok so fast acting whey, creatine, dextrose/gatorade powder, then from a basic health standpoint fish oil, multivitamin, vitamin D3. If you want to get fancy you can add powdered leucine to your workout shakes. 10g-20g or so.