Very, very true. I have indeed seen magicians becoming more move-oriented, when often they end up making the method the trick (however, there are also those times when the move itself is done terribly. Come on, if you're doing something wrong, at least wrong magic correctly!) Are you calling out ScamSchool? That particular channel didn't really start out as a serious magic-teaching channel, it was for Brian to practice his hosting skills (in my opinion, Brian taught the world of magic its finest secrets when he released his correspondence with Teller. Nobody can top that sort of teaching!). However, it has definitely started focussing more on the theory compared to its yester-years. That being said, it's the You Tube algorithm's fault partly, which favours quantity over quality. Hence if say, I would want to make ANY difference, I'd need an audience. If I want an audience, I have to conquer the YT algorithmic-woes. For that, I have to focus on quantity. The world is ironic. Are you referring to the XCM? Did you hear that? It was the sound of my dreams being shattered. Now if you'll excuse me, I'll gather up the pieces.