My family is obsessed with this. Tickets are obscenely expensive. We managed to get 2 4th row seats for August 2016 at a price I'm too embarrassed to disclose. Hopefully the original cast is still on since it's soon after the Tony Awards in June. We've been in NYC twice since December and tried the lottery with no success.
And as of today (when post-Nov 2016 ticket went on sale) we have 4 tickets for Jan 2017 at a "reasonable" price, although I assume the original cast members will be gone by then.
It does seem to be an amazing musical. I'm not one for Broadway tunes, but even I'm into this. To their credit, the entire soundtrack is on YouTube with minimal ads.
I was a skeptic when my daughter came to me with this, but after I got through the 3rd song "My Shot" I was on board.
 Here's a non-musical version of Hamilton's life from PBS's American Experience. I think it's very good, notwithstanding the actors interfering with the narrative. It includes video from the author of the biography that the musical was based upon, and other historians. And toward the end one sees Hamilton's problems.
Like I said, our family has become obsessed w/ Hamilton. We've read the book, my wife and daughter went to NYC and visited the Grange and Hamilton's grave at Trinity Church. I guess he was one of the forgotten founding fathers.