Yeah I completely understand that, My point being: People are growing more skeptical to magic from day to day, while I agree that most people doesn't search "magic secrets on the internet" it's a fact that tv programs like "the masked magician" makes them skeptical towards our magic. I am kinda getting tired that "the masked magician" topic arises whenever someone asks me about magic. But that is for another day. The problem with skeptical people is that they constantly question things we do and the problem that I see with today's magicians is that we tend to overcomplicate things, take for example this sleight: the spectator is touching a card, the magician twist his whole hand with the spread to take the card, he twists it again to show it face up, and then once again he twists the hand to put the card face down. Too much is happening just to make a simple action of turning the card and that may tip the spectator that something "else" it's happening. Another example of this would be the "groove electric switch" I mean, you fan the cards you put in the selection, and you close the fan. wait what? Couldn't you just put the card in the deck witouth doing the fan and closing it with two fingers? Oh yeah, we are magicians I forgot. That's why in my opinion sleights like the convincing control or the classic pass are the way to go for me. They simplify things for the spectator and the magician and that leaves me room to think about my patter and how to entertein the audience. But of course, I only gave my personal view on the sleight and why it doesn't works for me, I'm pretty sure that for other people it will work wonders and it will be a sleight that will go directly into their performing repertoire .