I did my CFI ride at the same place in 2008, and the oral was quite a bit longer. A couple of days before I did my CFI oral, the FSDO had noticed that the orals were only running about 3 hours, which they said wasn't long enough.
My oral was with a guy who primarily instructed in helicopters and ran about 6 hours, but it was probably the most useful oral I've ever done. After going through a subject area, the examiner would spend a few minutes talking about how absurd some of the policies and procedures at the school regarding that area were, and he spent quite a bit of time making sure I understood how things worked in the real world as opposed to the "141 bubble". Having since quit an instructing job there and started instructing under part 61, I completely agree with everything he told me.
The flight was pretty straightforward, until I somehow managed to screw up pylon 8's (first time I'd ever messed up that maneuver), which meant I busted the flight. I completed the flight a couple of days later, and the whole thing probably ran about 1.5-1.7.
I think I did my CFII flight in something like 1.1, largely because we ended up flying the entire ILS at around 130kts (I think the standardization manual called for 90kt after the FAF) to stay out of the way of a KC-135.