Hi all, Thanks to that handy internet, I just stumbled into this entire world of cardistry about a week ago. I honestly had no idea it existed, but as a young lad of 8 or so I was intensely interested in cards and magic but really never did much about it for the last 25 years or so. Well, now it's time to change that! My question is for you to think back to how you got started. I'm mainly struggling with the nearly infinite variety of moves out there that all look equally awesome to me, all of which I want to know NOW. I will be buying Genesis v1 soon (as I'm quite clear that it's basically a requirement) and have been working on a variety of things already (such as the charlier, scissor cuts, Flac, Mime, riffles, springs, Werm, etc) but don't have a clear idea on when it's best to move on from the basic to the more complex. Did you 'perfect' things like the charlier, or call it a day when you are good 95% of the time and move on to something more complex? I'm pretty dextrous and have some muscle memory from my youth but see SO MANY moves that I just desperately want to know but quite obviously am not ready for. How about you, when you were new and fresh? Did you try everything? DId you focus on one thing? I know this will all take a lot of practice but want to do my learning smartly. Thanks all, you folks are amazing!