I have mr Adrus Lifetime of Magic and I can recommend them for anyone.
The videos have, unlike some others, a variety of effects both quantitatively and qualitatively. However, while not all of the material is good for anyone I cannot really see any serious student to be dissapointed.
Some of the material requires build items but none are difficult at all. Most of the effects do require a fair bit of practising as we are to expect from his material. I cannot really say anything negative about the tapes.
Some people have been saying that his performances and executions of the sleights are not very good and that he is too old (anyone can figure out themselves what kind of forums have been stating this opinion). Yes, fair enough, the man is over 80, but does that reduce the quality of magic? I do not think so. Yes some of the moves are probably not executed as well as they once were but does this reduce the possibilities of the move taught? I do not think that either. In fact, I believe it can be a good thing, there is less to copy from the tapes and the learning process will be quite different.
Why do I, then, even mention this? Because I think it is important to realise that you will not be getting a Daryl tape or a Wilson tape but a tape from an old master with truly original effects. If that means that the performances are not as good as those made by the younger magicians, so what? But it is still an aspect of the tape that should be realized and some people have been put off by that.
Go and get the set, you will not be dissapointed.