the only one I do is torn but not forgotten by anthony miller. The card is only torn in half but it is very convincing, quick, and easy to do. Reparation by John Lovick is good too but for me leaves more to be desired in the resoration of the last piece. I also saw one where you "peel" the signature off visually but I can't remember who put it out.
That must be "unripped", and there's a version where you peel the signature off. but that is one of the worst T&R in terms of setup, method and practicality.
TORN is fantastic, relatively easy, no force, and signed front and back. but a tad angly.
Rehab is REALLY good as well. very practical, much better angles.
TORN Too, not a real favourite of mine, the restoration is a bit finicky for me.
Reparation is really easy, fairly practical, but Rehab beats it in pretty much every way.
Fire in the hole by Huron low is pretty good. very comprehensive 2DVD set on the whole thing. visual visual stuff. I love everything with fire. The ideas are really good. there's even an advance handling where you can show the piece with the spec's signature on it! setup is a little more complicated, but its not too bad.
Torn but not forgotten is ok. again, Rehab is the one to go for here. sorta similar concept to TORN too....sorta.
Belly of the beast from Sankey is pretty easy, no frills T&R.
Also, recently I've been doing a pseudo-T&R with the intercessor. works pretty well!!! its not piece by piece, but the convincer of the corner at the end pretty much sells it!
I know its an old post, but I thought I'll put my 2c in, I LOVE the T&R plot!