For me, the unquestioned highlight was Alex Elmsley. He gave a better performance than most of the pros. There was a PLOT...as opposed to most of the pros. There was a nice little twist at the very end to button up the tale and bring about resolution...as opposed to most of the pros.
Given a choice beteen paying to see Mr. Elmsley, and a pro on the vid whose act is full of hacky, stand-up comic's stock lines...and you know who you are!...I'd hand my loot over to see Mr. Elmsley any time.
What disturbed me, though, was the proliferation of "I'm gonna do this...now I'm gonna do that...blahblahblah" coming from the people who make their livings performing magic. With scripting like this, it's no wonder magic is considered less-than-an-artform by the general public.
That said, even a simple procedural script, like Tommy Wonder's, can be incredibly entertaining in hands such as his. What an entertainer!