OK -- here we go.
As I stated, I am a great admirer of Lennart Green. I logged onto the A1 Magicalmedia site so i could purchase Andrew Wimhurst's video, about which I guess you'll read more from Joe Turner, and saw this being promoted. New from Lennart Green, $25.
Oy. It is a greeting card which is a plastic sleeve with an inner cardboard insert which you can move back and forth with your finger. When you do, a picture of an eye, about 4 inches wide, blinks. It's one of those animation things done with black stripes printed on the sleeve and several different views printed on the insert, so only one portion of the picture is visible at any moment.
Is this magical? Not to me. Is it worth $25? Not to me. It looks like what it is, a greeting card probably priced at about $10 (like those pop-up cards). You can't do a trick and manipulate this at the same time, unless you've either mastered a one-handed version of something or your letting the spectator do the work.
It includes some suggestions for its use by several magicians I respect, but to me this is one huge dud.
P.S. -- the Andrew Wimhurst video is spectacular, for advanced card handlers only. More about that anon.
(not trying to usurp Danny Orleans' or David Oliver's turf)