Creeper in the house. I never thought I would buy a 1on1 that didn't have anything to do with my lord and savior Andrei Jikh, but I saw this one by Mr. Jones and I bought it for 2 reasons. It looks friggin amazing, and I was actually a fan of Eric Jones, even though I didn't know it. I remember his Raise Rise and Spellbound videos, but I didn't know that was him. I LEARNED SUMTHIN. Onto the effect. What they say- A silky smooth sandwich routine, and the most visual we've ever seen. See the preview and learn it now here. One selected card literally and visually pops in between two face up Kings held over the deck. An 18 minute instructional video and inaugural release from Eric Jones - theory11 presents the Ishkabibble Sandwich. Inside Eric outlines every sleight, detail, and nuance that make this effect so scandalously visual and silky smooth. What I say- This is a great download. As you can see, its a very visual trick, and has a lot of finnesse and rhythm to it. I don;t know if I like the second phase to it, I have to work with it, but the basic idea and methodology taught in this download is definently going into my repotoire. The download spans for about 18 minutes, teaching EVERYTHING you need to know(Including a very detailed description on Lennart Green's Top Shot move. the only other resource I have on this move is The Trilogy by Dan and Dave Buck, and they only explain it briefly. Eric gives tips and ideas on practicing the Top Shot to make it perfect) Eric is a fantastic teacher, you will have no problems whatsoever learning this effect. Its mechanics are somewhat easy, but getting all the timing and rhythm right will take a substantial ammount of practice. The only part of the trick that will really take practice is the "pop" move in which the card appears. But I'd be willing to break my knuckles to achieve that kind of visualness(Thankfully, I won't have to) In addition to teaching the effect, Eric goes over some subtleties, timing, and a variation(kind of) on the last phase. The quality is top notch, obviously. One thing though, I want to start hearing new music and seeing different kinds of editing with the 1on1s. the music is starting to get repititive, and the editing(Title Screens) are starting to look a lot alike. No biggie, just personal preference. The price is right where it should be. Not too much, not too less. you get what you pay for, and a lil extra. Pros -Somewhat easy to do -Very visual -Flows nicely -Great teaching -Great quality -Good price Cons -Yet to think of one I would definently check this one out, it looks and is just plain great. Damn, I guess this deserves a 10 out of 10. Hope to see more from Eric. www.theory11.com/1on1 Shout out to Raiker for helping me with some teachnical problems.