I've had the responsibility of looking over cardistry media submissions for nearly 2 years now, first on Decknique and now heading up cardistry submissions on theory11. That means daily looking over videos... the good ones, the great ones, the not so good ones, and the just really bad ones. Over time I see a lot of the same stuff, and things get repetitive. Sometimes I see things that are just plain bad. But people don't always know, there were never really any of these "common guidelines" set in place. Like getting out of your room. Another one of these things is manipulating the boxed deck just because it's easy. I'm not going to repeat the huge rant here, but you can click that link to read about it. But I could be wrong, which is why I opened a challenge to see if you can prove me wrong. I'll give you a couple of free decks if you manage it. Check that link for more details. NOTE: This is NOT theory11 official and I didn't pass this through them. This is just something I thought on my own time. I write these things so that people can keep them in mind next time they make a submission (chances are if it goes against something I wrote about in my blog it won't be accepted here), and also will help to improve a facet of their repertoire.