I've seen Aaron Fisher's cover pass, and I fully agree that it looks absolutely incredible.
One thing though, I know I might either get backing or criticism for this, bit I'll say it anyways. I've never understand why magicians are so hung up on specific touches and variations of different moves (myself included.) I mean, a statement like this is made, and this mysterious aura is created around a certain person's move or effect. In no way am I trying to detract from Aaron's perfect skill, he's a good friend of mine... but certain things look certain ways in people's hands. For Aaron, his hand and finger shape, and the YEARS that he practiced, the end result is a thing of beauty. When you think about it, what can he be doing that's THAT different? Not much really, he just does a regular cover pass (with a few minor changes.) So if this thought line is continued, it is the structuring of the move, not the practice of the performer that is responsible for the end result (gross overexaggeration on my part, just trying to illustrate my thoughts.) Maybe instead of asking what the work is on someone's move, we should ask ourselves what it is that makes the move so nice, and apply it to our version (eg come up with our own way of eliminating finger flashes and certain tells.)
Magicians (again myself included) tend to think that a new finger placement or touch or finesse is going to help us achieve perfection, when it is quite arguable that a good card man can take even the crappiest move, and make it look like a thing of beauty. When I first met Aaron, I (inspired by Mr. Kaufman's way of learning the pass from Derek Dingle) lied on the floor and watched Aaron do the cover pass over and over... then came to the sad conclusion that mine would just never look that good... unless I changed it around to personalize it.
I guess its just a peculiarity of us magicians to be like that. Strange, isn't it? Any ideas on this?