Upon trying to make my show even better than what it is I've been picking the minds of some of the older guys in my ring. One of them gave me some great advice that I've never heard before. Thought I'd share it with some of you. He said that your show should consist of 10-12 effects and you need to number them from strongest (meaning = I love this and will not drop it from my show) to weakest (meaning= this is what i have in the show now but it could be better). At each show plug in different or new effects for number 12 and if you are getting better reactions with the new....the old gets replaced. This continues on and on with effects getting bumped down the line. Eventually you have the strongest set possible and anything you try to add later on simply cannot compete. That is when you know you have a killer show. The minute you find something better...out goes number 12 and everything bumps. Example: You go buy effect "B" and it hits way harder than numbers 4-12. Well...it becomes the new number 4 and everything else gets bumped up a number with the old 12 getting axed.