Hate to ask negative questions, but if Mr. Biro genuinely hates to post negative stuff, then why did he post his message at all? What purpose does it serve? Frankly, I've seen many magicians tip tricks while layman watched, including the Professor and Jennings. What conclusion is Mr. Biro expecting us to draw? Mr. Biro's comment that perhaps Faucett didn't realize lay people were at the Castle is obviously patronizing, since anyone who walks into the Castle can tell in two seconds it's MOSTLY full of lay people. Actually, I suspect that Mr. Ross was focused on the matter at hand and oblivious to the people around him. Sad that if I guy makes one mistake, that's what people choose to post about. Mr. Biro is a well-respected magician and enthusiast, so for him to disrespect Faucett's memory carries some weight. Personally, until I contribute as much to magic as Mr. Ross, I will forgive him his error. It's either that, or I'll have to think less of ALL the magicians who've every kibbutzed about secrets inside the Castle within earshot of the masses...and that would be just about everyone. I know this wasn't the thrust of the thread, but when people say "it isn't the money," it usually is, and when people say they hate to post negative messages...well, you do the math.