In any case, here's my first video... "Ten American Lock Series 1100 Padlocks Picked in a Row." This video is actually a good representation of how I usually practice. As I mentioned in another thread, I like to pick several of the same types of lock in a row... then mix them up and start again. This makes it (i) difficult to remember the quirks of a particular lock, (ii) more challenging and, (iii) IMO, more like picking a lock encountered in the wild. I didn't tear the locks down afterwards (as is the YouTube lock picking protocol) for two reasons. First, it would be a royal pain to do that to ten locks. Second, anyone with ears, eyes and half a brain will know that I didn't remove the security pins from the amount of clicking, and the counter rotation on the core. I'll do teardowns in future videos as appropriate.
PS - Jeffmoss26, the very last lock in the video will be coming to you soon (hopefully, I will be able to send today).