http://www.theory11.com/wire/dalton-wayne/osmosis/ Dalton Wayne Theory11 (Wire) Ad Copy: You can take any object up to the size of a cellphone and have it melt right through a soda can. The object can be signed if desired. It even works on factory sealed cans of soda. You are able to show the can 360 degrees around before and after the effect, as the object really IS in the can. Your hands are completely clean and empty. You will also learn how to draw anything you'd like on the can itself, and have that vanish/change into whatever you want! For example, the spectator can freely select a playing card. After attempting to read the spectators mind, you then draw random lines onto the can. After a quick shake, the lines move to form the spectators card. Another effect you will learn in this download is how to expand the letters on a can of soda and have them visually revert back to their normal state. After each effect, you will be able to hand the can out for examination! Sounds impressive doesn't it? That's because it is. I remember Dalton showing me the trailer a few days before he posted it for all to see. I rarely get completely stumped, but he got me. Bad. Two thumbs up for Osmosis. On with the review. Applications: Object thru Can. Thoughts: Obviously, this is very cool. Coins, keys, cell phones, etc. It all works. However, this is not my favorite use of the gimmick. Vanishing/Moving Ink Thoughts: This is my favorite application of Osmosis. It's very cool. It's easy, and you can set this one up on the fly. Growing Logo Thoughts: As Dalton said on the video, this one didn't get the reactions he expected. It IS cool, but it's more of an optical illusion type of deal. Methods: Dalton teaches two methods of putting objects in the can. Putting objects in empty cans and full cans. I prefer the first. If you think that it being full matters, it really doesn't. I just like the method for the empty can more. All boils down to preference. Clean up: This was my biggest issue at first. I thought that the lighter clean up was he was going to teach, and I started to freak, because I did not like that way of cleaning up at all. Then the second method came on and all was well. No worries in that department. Quality: The video is in very clear HD. You can't ask for more. It's easy to follow along with. Teaching: DREADFUL. Absolutely dreadful... I jest. Dalton is a friend so I have to poke fun at him occasionally. In actuality he teaches everything in detail, and you should have no problem learning from him. Duration: 56 minutes. I was surprised at the length of this. It's fitting though, as it provides ample time to recap, etc. Overall: I really like this. It's a great effect(s). I haven't decided if I'm going to use it or not, but I do really like it. Great job Dalton. If you haven't gotten it, it's well worth the $10.