A lot of magic from a six card packet. Cards turn over magically to reveal the selected card, then the selected card is shown to have a different back design, and finally the other five cards turn blank! See. It is sort of like half small packet Triumph, and half B'wave.
You can use this as a stand-alone packet trick, or the instructions teach you how to start by having six random cards taken from a full deck, and then you go into the Mixed Perceptions packet routine using cards (apparently) taken from the deck.
The gaffed cards make the routine almost self working, and the handling generally looks very clean. There's a sort of hokey handling to have one of the six cards chosen, but in the end, the revelation of the chosen card is not really the trick -- the other cards becoming blank, and the chosen card's back design changing, are the real focus of the spectators' amazement.
The different back design card provided is shown in the photo -- it is a white and gray/black abstract design, which I find to be not very impactful. But you can change this card for a blue backer or any other poker sized card and back design that you want. (Or you can use the card provided, because maybe it's just me who thinks it isn't as impactful as it might be.)
Like most magic put out by Cameron Francis, this is a very good effect, well thought out, and well routined.
The usual selling price of $25 seems high to me, so I will sell it for less. :-) Brand new, with necessary cards for the packet effect and with instructions both online (video) and printed with the props.