JB Magic in the UK has released "Perfect World", an approach to Out Of This World.
It follows the usual effect, the main benefit is that you don't have to switch packets at the end. Now frankly, I've never had difficulty switching the packets. But if you do, you might want to consider this.
HOWEVER, I have a major concern, which is my key reason for posting.
JB have many video demos on their site - which I think is a major plus. Their video demo of Perfect World is seriously misleading. During the demo, the demonstrator makes a number of comments on the trick - much as you would get from an in store demo. "This is a brand new trick called Perfect World," "if you want to you can use an 8 or a five or whatever," "there are no add on moves," "you pick up one of the halves, they can shuffle if you wish," "again, they can do all this," "resets in less than 20 seconds".
BUT he also says, quite specifically "its a regular deck," "these are regular," "don't forget, these really are all genuine" "It is an ordinary deck"
Those considering buying the trick need to be aware that these are four lies.
Before posting, I raised this with them. Their response was "The effect is performed on the video as the audience is meant to see it"
But as the quotes above make clear, this is not a performance. No performer would say "it resets in 20 seconds". This is a demo.
As i said at the beginning, the advantage of this approach is that there is no switch.** EDITED TO REMOVE DESCRIPTION OF METHOD.** You would not be able to perform other tricks with this deck.
The decision is now yours, whether you think the advantage outweighs the disadvantage.
For preference, I would have liked to see JB redo the demo to make it less misleading. They haven't - hence this posting.