The T&R Project is a two-DVD set by Huron Low (the DVDs can be purchased separately) comprised of Fire in the Hole and Four. The first 500 people who purchase the Project will also receive Daren Yeow's 0630 as a bonus. Before I get started, I just want to point folks to a few other detailed and lengthy reviews of the T&R Project, as I don't plan on rehashing what they have already covered: 1) Here is one that covers the full Project (both DVDs). 2) Here is another one that just covers Fire in the Hole. 3) And here is one that just covers Four. 4) Lastly, here is a review for Daren's 0630, which is included as a bonus effect if you purchase the full T&R Project. There have also been very favorable "mini reviews" given by Ben Williams (creator of Labelled and Re-Labelled) as well as Justin Miller, which can be found on the Cafe. Now, in some ways I don't feel like I have a lot to add to what has already been said, but I feel like I should say something out of appreciation for Huron's work. The bottom line is that this is a stellar product, and anyone who has a serious interest in the torn and restored plot will love what Huron has done. That being said, here are a few things that particularly stuck out to me about the T&R Project: Originality The effects that you will find on the Project are, for the most part, unlike anything else that you will find on the market. And even the one effect (Making Ends Meet) that is somewhat similar to other things currently available, manages to have a fresh feel to it because of it's storyline (restoring a card mis-matched) and the subtleties that Huron has put into it. These are not just more torn and restored effects that look pretty much the same as what has gone before! These are fresh ideas that, in my opinion, really breathe new life into a plot that has become somewhat cliche. I think this is especially true of Fire in the Hole. Depth of Teaching It is very clear as you watch these DVDs that Huron has thought long and hard about each of the effects, and that they have all been thoroughly worked and re-worked before being released. Huron covers everything in thorough detail, including finger positions, angles and other subtleties and convincers that really help to sell the effects. This set really contains some of the best teaching I've ever seen in a magic product. Production Quality The production quality of the DVDs is very, very good. I even liked the music that played in the background! All in all, I had a lot of fun just simply watching the performances and explanations. Everything had a nice casual feel to it as well, which I really appreciate. It's like you and Huron are just hanging out, and he is explaining the effects to you. Very well done. Dislikes The main gripe I have is that the DVD menus can be a bit confusing at times. There is just so much material, that it is easy to get lost. But in light of the overwhelming positives, to even mention this seems a bit like quibbling. The only other complaint is that this isn't real magic! But it's very close... Also, many of the effects on here do require some set-up and extra materials besides just the cards. Most of this is covered in the reviews I linked to above. If this bothers you, you would probably be better off going with Torn, Ripped and Restored, or ReinCARDnation. I used to hate the thought of having to prepare much for an effect ahead of time, but I've slowly come to see that you really limit yourself if you have that attitude. To each their own, I suppose. In closing, if you like the torn and restored plot and you like what you see in the preview videos, then you will love the T&R Project. It is one of the best magic purchases I've ever made, and I'm looking forward to using this material for years to come. The Project can be ordered directly from Huron's website. Any questions, please ask.