First off, a brief disclaimer:
I do not know Mr. Bressler personally or professionally, and I have not been paid to write this review. And I say that because I want you to know that my opinion hasn't been tainted or influenced in any way, and that's important given what I am about to say.
Having devoured most (if not all) of the major material related to billets, switches, and peeks (including the work of Annemann, Cassidy, Longman, Corinda, Bellon, Busch, Osterlind, Zingg, and on and on) there is no doubt in my mind that Elliott Bresler's Switchcraft is the single most thorough (and undoubtedly most expansive) work of it's kind. It is so comprehensive in fact, I simply do not have the space to provide even a merely adequate or truncated review of its specific contents. But let me just say this:
After swimming though a sea of absurdly overpriced and overhyped ebooks and manuscripts for many years--all of which had promised (yet repeatedly failed) to provide me with very little, if any, tangible, real-world/real worker value--I had the great fortune of discovering Switchcraft...and I have never looked back.
Switchcraft is simply the best work of it's kind, bar none. In fact, it's not merely the best work of its kind, it is also the single best mentalism-related material I have ingested in the last ten years. And Im not pulling any punches by saying that; it truly is that exceptional.
Other reviewers have pointed out that Switchcraft is under-priced, but at the risk of repeating that assertion and at the risk of sounding a bit too hyperbolic, I must say that I not only agree, but I think its worth at least 20 times his current asking price. And at that price, I would still consider it a bargain.
Buy this manuscript. You wont regret it.