Anyone read 'The Game' by Neil Strauss, one my fav books. It talks about the story of style and 'Mystery' from TV show the pick up artist.
Basically a bunch of geeks, and nerds transform themselves in to amazing lovers or 'pick up artists'... grr I hate the 'pick up artist' or 'player' labels.
I actually did read The Game in one of my psychology classes as an example of (attempted) psychology in action. And I actually have Game story I can tell you.
I went to school in Toronto and worked as a bartender while there. One night, this guy in a big fluffy hat came in and started hitting on me and the other bartender, Alexa. He made a big show of flirting with Alexa, then surprised me by asking for my number. I said no.
Then my bouncer walked over and said "Hey, that guy there was Mr. E."
I think about two months later, I saw him in a club (the Docks) trying to pick up university girls and they all just bounced because he was kind of creepy about it.
Basically, what I'm saying is, those books are mostly egotistical crap written by sleazyish guys to prey on desperate guys.
As far as geeks in bed, the problem isn't geeks in bed. The problem is getting a geek INTO bed, since a geek will pretty much never ask you out and is usually vaguely arrogant about how he shouldn't have to ask a girl out.