So I've got EATCT, ECT, RRTCM, The Complete Walton, the Card Manipulation series (being in the public domain) and Meir Yedid's Incredible Close Up Magic. I have a pretty great foundation on magic. I know several good card controls, from shuffle controls to shifts and steals; I can palm okay: I do Joe Berg's multiple palm, the classic top palm, the one-handed palm, and I'm working on the diagonal palm shift (I think I've got it, but it seems too fumble-y for my taste to do in a real world environment); I still don't get the classic force, but I know enough forces to compensate for that; I know false counts from the Elmsley to the Salsa count. Basically, I'm okay in the sleights category. Yet I've heard that 'Card Control' by Arthur H. Buckley has some assorted and eclectic moves that can help in the long run. And how are the tricks? I'm looking more for tricks than moves now. New concepts, rather than the physical move, much like shiNAG by Shin Lim.