Hey everyone, I ordered my first paperback copy of TEATCT about a month ago. (it's still coming because it has to ship from America and I don't live there and well... lockdown) I have been using a digital copy of it up until now, but I definitely think I will find it easier to learn from a physical copy. Anyway, I've heard a variety of different opinions on the quality of the teaching in the book. Things like: "The shifts are terrible!" Or, "The Erdnase grip is useless!" I don't happen to agree with these statements, they are just examples. So I was wondering, what subjects/concepts do you guys think are taught well in the book? And what subjects/concepts do you guys think Erdnase didn't do so well at teaching? I will say, I am a bit more interested in the first part of the book, Card Table Artifice, but I'm open to any thoughts! Thanks everyone, Elio.