So many tricks are sold with the line, "This trick has been in my act for ten years," or something like that. I'm curious if that's a big selling point for a lot of you. I ask because I heard it said ALL the time--not necessarily on t11, but lots of places--and when I hear it, I often think to myself, 'Yeah, but that doesn't mean it's any good. Some magicians perform the same crappy tricks for decades.' Also, I wonder if the REALLY good tricks have a way of getting out. In other words, if a trick is super-revolutionary, wouldn't you think it'd be impossible for a performer to keep it to himself for a decade? (Especially now, with the Internet...) So might the ten-year thing actually be a red flag (as opposed to a selling point)?