First thing in my head is this: Who are you and why should the viewer listen to anything you have to say? What experience do you have? Where do you normally perform?
You say your videos are exposure-free but you expose several things in this video. First, talking about the concept of being able to force a card is exposure in itself. Second, you show several forces during the video, exposing how they work due to, quite frankly, sloppy handling. I bounced around your site as well, and see that you teach a lot of stuff that I'm guessing you did not come up with (Since it's been in books and videos for decades).
A lot of what this video is, is opinion expressed as fact. The forces you are dismissing are still used by top workers daily - and they have been for decades, because they work. What makes something logical or illogical is the context within the performance. For instance, if the performer wanted to force multiple cards to multiple audience members, then classic forcing each could really drag on the performance, whereas a dribble force or riffle force will be quick and efficient.
I suspect that you rarely perform in a formal stage/parlor situation. You mention busking in the video. I have no problem with the idea of someone doing only busking, in fact you can make really good money that way and you're getting magic out to a lot of people. But the context of your normal performance venue is important when expressing opinions such as what the best moves are. Everything you're saying is through the lens of someone who performs in a very specific scenario, and furthermore it's a scenario that trains you to do certain things. There's a lot that I do on a regular basis, being more of a parlor performer, that you would probably never want to do. Neither is more valid, it's just a matter of context.
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