I caught his show back in March and really enjoyed it. By far, my favorite routine in the current line-up is The Lottery. I saw it back when he did not have the big grand production at the end. It looks like David beat me to a great routine. I work for the US Senate and had been working on a routine for over a year where I would need a prediction chest custom made into a ballot box. I backed off of that idea and decided to do a routine where I use Casino Royale by Larry Becker, along with a winning Keno Ticket with six numbers called out from the audience and have it all on an audio tape. I talked with Larry about utilizing his chest for this effect.
I noticed an irony of David's current show. He seems to want to get away from the "box" concept of illusions. Such as appearing on a steel plate, a sawing in half without boxes (Laser)...but yet, he is using more trucks to haul all of his equipment. I know you didn't want to give away the production at the end of Lottery (at least from what I have heard) but that alone probably takes up half of a truck. Couple that with the crane for the Portal Disappearance, the apparatus for 13 and the Motorcycle Shadow Box, and that is quite a bit of road cases.
I think his show is pretty good right now. A couple of the routines have sort of a hokey story line, but that has come to be expected. I know there were some that were offended by the Binky the Clown routine, but I thought it was a funny bit. Of course, I am a big fan of Chris Kenner's humor and am happy to see Chris anytime he is on stage. Actually, if I had a vote, I would maybe ditch the Binky routine and let Chris go back to doing 15 minutes of stand-up during the middle of the show.
Just my opinion. Interested in seeing what others thought.