I have an iPhone 5, so I'm assuming I'll be able to watch the downloads easily, thank you for replying to that question!
I actually figured I'd switch out Greed for Cinch, since it has a Greed-Like effect in the DVD, along with many more. However, I made that decision before I was certain if I could view the downloadable material on my iPhone, so I'm regretting hitting that purchase button.
I do understand that Speakeasy is a two-person system, and luckily MUCH
easier than the one in Corinda's book, from what I've been told, and that's exactly why I got it (and I don't wish for this to sound rude/sarcastic of anything, I just can't think of another way to rephrase it at the moment).
With that being said, I already have 13 Steps to Mentalism, and have been rereading through it lately, trying to absorb a bit more than I did the first read. I'm glad to know I already have access to that routine, however, because I took it off my list last minute.
Thank you very much for your input.
When it comes to your either/or choices, I can see why you're torn between them. Built to Last was made by a working magician, and even includes a section where he explains his theory on believability. I, personally, find that very intriguing, and that makes Built to Last stand out a little to me. Then again, maybe I'm biased because in the quotes there's one from Doug's Mom
stating "I love Doug"
, and that just made me crack up.
Although all the choices did look great... Maybe you should use a pendulum to decide which to go for, haha. It could work
David's Cull looked great too, I'm still not sure why I didn't get that...
Whatever you decide on, I hope (and I'm sure you will) you love it.