I don't like how he points out there is no extra thickness. That doesn't matter at all. I perform Extreme Burn all the time and it's very easy to cover up the thickness. No one has ever noticed.
Then I think he handles the bills a little funny, as if he is sliding something below them. Also, I think folding the bills as he does makes the bills smaller in length, so kind of less magical. Slow Burn gives the same effect.
You could always hand out at least four of the bills, I usually did three, in the normal Easy Money routine. Is handing out the fifth bill that much better? Also, it looks like you can't change them back to ones.
One of the reactions shot was a magician, Aaron DeLong.
If you would really hand out your five $100 bills to a complete stranger in a public place, I want you to, out loud, say, "I am an idiot."
You do realize that you don't HAVE to use 100's right? I've used 5's for Extreme Burn so I'm sure you can use whatever you want for this as well. It would be down right silly for them to say you HAVE to use these or the trick won't work. Also people generally won't steal your money..
This would be a sweet way to pay for coffee at starbucks. Five bits of paper turn to five one dollar bills, keep the change barista.