1. There was no piece of cardboard over the back of my impression device. It looked the exact same on both sides, with the exception of one side appeared a bit smoother.
2. Mine did not come with a magnet at all. It came with a DVD and a little piece of the impression material.
Care to explain how those of us that got the product packaged like that were supposed to know how to erase it without watching the entire DVD carefully in order to catch the brief instant when it's explained??
Like I said, there were two seconds tacked on to the end of one of the effects that showed you how to erase the impression. That's garbage as far as teaching goes.
1. My impression came with piece of thin cardboard on one side.
2. Mine came went with magnet.
Also, how can you say b.Smith's teaching is garbage just because he spent less then 30 seconds explaining how to erase the impression? Now that statement is garbage (and no offense).
He spent less than 30 seconds teaching you how to do something that is NECESSARY for EVERY thing done with this effect, but that 30 seconds was tacked on to the end of one routine in the MIDDLE of the DVD.
How do you not get this?? If it's something that's required for EVERY effect with the device, don't you think it should be a little bit more prevalent on the DVD?? Like, oh, say at the beginning, in the section where he's showing you how the thing works?? Not tucked in as an afterthought after one single routine.
The fact that it's thrown in in a spot that doesn't make any sense is why "b.Smith's" teaching on the DVD is absolute garbage. Here, I've got an idea...let's take something that everyone needs to know and put it in a spot that doesn't make any sense. It's like teaching someone calculus before you've taught them addition and subtraction. It just doesn't make any sense.