I do regularly perform for magicians. They seem to have an insatiable desire for new twists and plots. I think if you're not working to instill some small sense of wonder for your audience, you're not doing magic.
Working for layfolks, I do this version, which seems to work for magicians too.
I hear it got published in some magazine. For me, the above version is one of the few tricks I can do for magicians or lay-folk and still get similar reactions.
After much consideration I've removed the slop shuffle/Lorraine version (Sid not Harry) from my bag of tricks. I truly have found the version above gets a better reaction from one and all.
Just realized I've hijacked yet another thread.
Faro shuffle tricks . . . I don't do Unshuffled, I've seen it many times. I suspect it's one of the very best tricks with a Faro in existance. I just can't stand to write on my cards, eaahhh!; especially the edges.