Before learning this, I insist you practice the Waterfall. In my opinion, you need to grab a deck of cards and waterfall them, trying to open the fingers from the thumb slowly, making sure the waterfall is consistent. Another personal tip is to press the deck, at first, as close to the tips of the fingers as you can. This will help you release one card at the time.
I highly recommend getting this. The price is excellent, and the move is worth the price for a millon reasons.
You will not be disappointed.
BUT I came back to the move with determination, and I've been practicing it ever since, and now it's at a point where I can perform it in front of crowds. The move is very well taught, and I particularly like the advice that the Buck twins give, to perform this on the off-beat as a casual airing of the cards rather than a flourish...
Great move, I recommend it highly :)
In the video you are taught how to control the card from a peeked deck through the use of a cascade to the top. This method of peeking is good in certain situations, but it is not ideal in every circumstance (what move is?). Generally I will have a card selected the old fashioned way and then return the card to the deck executing the Cascade Control after. I only wish that Dave had taught how to get the card in to position for a cascade when a card is returned.
I believe any intermediate card mechanic will have no problem working out a method, but it does take a little work. It certainly doesn't change much with regard to the mechanics of the trick, and the general principles remain the same, but it would have been a nice addition.
Aside from this petty grievance, this is one of my favorite OnDemands I own. The teaching is very clear and to the point, I honestly don't see many people having trouble learning from this download. Dave is very straight forward with every move here.
Great video, and a fantastic price for a move you will use on an everyday basis.
Be prepared to put in the practice.