The trick is great. The video, well, it's rambling, unscripted, and free form. For example, just when you're on the verge of learning the essentials, you sit through a long, irrelevant, self-serving, anecdote about Bobby Motta! This is a drum I've been beating for a long time, but tricks with video links with rambling explanations have increasingly replaced well-thought-out directions with appropriate illustrations as the way to learn magic these days. Video has its place — the teaching of much magic could be improved with short clips to accompany written directions — but a video of over an hour that covers about two pages worth of terse explanation is lazy, sloppy, and amateurish.
As I said, the trick is great, but you will be at the mercy of Wayne Fox, and particularly David Penn for longer than might prove comfortable.
Though the demo video shows an ideal succession of outcomes, you can achieve comparable, if not identical, results with the deck as provided. I'll use this, but I'm not sitting through the video again!