Here's what you get:
*The Master Levitation System dvd: almost 2 hours of detailed instruction. Expertly explained, no filler of fluff. Steve will take you, the neophyte, and mold you into a floating weapon of mass destruction.
*Some genuine EZ strip Thread. This stuff is invisible. My eyesight is pretty good (20/15 for those of you keeping score) and even knowing what to look for I had a difficult time spotting it.
*A sample of Vectra Virtuoso Expert Grade thread
*A sample of Vectra X2 Stage Edition
*A sample of the Original Vectra Line Super Strong. On both of the Vectra thread samples, they’re just a little bit easier to see (still gotta know what you're looking for), but they’re STRONG. How strong? I did the hovercard routine with a VW Bug and it handled it no problem. Just joking. I only floated it. On a serious note, it is very strong. I was able to levitate a morgan silver dollar, which are pretty hefty.
*Fearson's Master Wax (flesh tone and black): this stuff is awesome. The flesh tone blends in very well with my skin color, I haven't used the black yet, but I'm ordering more of the flesh tone. This stuff is legit, doesn't leave a residue, and it smells AWESOME.
*Floating deck gimmick. I haven't played with this yet, but the routine shown on the dvd is strong
*Metallic floating fork: want to do something magical that doesn't constitute metal bending/destruction of property? Float a fork and scare the senior citizens in the booth next to you.
*Ultra realistic floating ice: By a show of hands, how many people can float water? Get this, and you’ll be able to raise your hand in confidence the next time that question is asked. The ice cube gimmick will pass very close scrutiny, and looks eerie when in use.
This system is the MIT course in levitation. Steve goes in great detail on the hookups, psychology, movements and convincers that make this look like real magic. Because it is. When people think magic, levitation comes to mind. If you dabble in IT work, you owe it to yourself to learn at the feet of the master. Some things that I learned:
(1) I love floating money and coins. Steve had some brilliant tips that really streamlined my hookup and process of levitation.
(2) Think outside the box. The ending to his UFO routine is brilliant in its simplicity, and shows creativity and lateral thinking.
(3) To look good, like anything, you’ll have to practice. This system will definitely shorten the learning curve. I love it, and I think you will to.
One final thing. I’ve been in magic since I was 9 years old, which is 34 years. I can count on one hand the number of times I got something with a personal note in the package. This is the second time I've gotten something from Steve, and BOTH times I got a little personalized note thanking me for ordering their product. To me, this means a lot. It shows genuine appreciation for the customer and a level of professionalism rarely seen. This put the experience over the top.
Final rating: 10/10. Quality production, props, service and support.