When I need a diversion from Craps, I prefer to dig around in our desert garden. As long as you water the Palms and fruit trees... they will grow. You can depend on that. No water... they are... toast. Set dice hitting the wall, or the surface of the table... are toast. But... please follow these thoughts. Now all of you Control Shooters with your cameras and proof that you have a 'pair of acetate testicles in hand', that a controlled shot can rotate, forever, through the air and stay within a predictable group of outcomes. OK. Sand Pit It. Professional Golfers do it... grab yours and do it. When either hit the sand pit... they are forever no longer in motion. Take the finest white Silicon Dioxide (SiO2) and step back three feet, six feet and for those with the rock solid acetate testicle... grip... eight or more feet. Vary the sand, if necessary. The oil companies use the finest sands, so you may have to settle for what is left. Instructions: - Set the two cubes of choice. - Give FOUR outcomes you are shooting for. (Maybe two outcomes for the best of the best.) - Specify a distance at your home made table or professional table with an eighteen inch wide, two inch deep sand trap at the opposite end. (Decrease the depth of the sand depending on the fineness and how the dice react.) - When the dice contact this fine sand, both will stop DEAD in its motion. Frozen in time and space. This is the absolute PROOF that Acetate Testicles or Acetate Dice can behave in the manner everyone suggests is possible, but cannot predict AFTER they make contact with something solid... an exact, unadulterated outcome of the pair of dice. Sand Pit Dice Shooting is the first PROOF that Dice Control and Dice Setting does have merit to discuss. Either it does, or does not. Now shoot the same from the Sand Pit end to the unsanded table end... and record and compare results after a predetermined number of tests. The DI's will not like this at all. Sand Pit Shooting outcomes are... EXACT. Control shooters will whine, that it is not the same. Of course not. This is how you can prove a part of the Theory of Dice Setting. The rest. Is pure speculation and no relationship between Dice Control Skill... or pure random luck.