If I can not or have not impressed my customers with everything I have done here , a chainsaw "ballet" wouldn't make any difference.
Impressing the customer has always been my main concern/mission since so many of them drive specifically to come see my house spending many hours over the road, often in the dark.
Impressing people need not require hours of constructing something, although I do have many such items like that here as a part of the tour.
Someone could load my main props into a car trunk and there would still be plenty of room for a few real cadavors.
The total cost of those props would average out to less than $1.00 each and none of them use electricity or gasoline..yet people are jumping, screaming, twitching, reacting!
What is my amazing secret with all of this? How can these things possibly be that effective?
I operate on human speed. Communicating (usually) to be understood and comprehended, allowing the time for the customer's ears and mind to contemplate what they have just heard and seen giving their imaginations the opportunity to weigh in and wonder and anticipate...THEN the real fun and possibilitys can happen.
Of course groups of screamy, shrieky 14 yr. old girls fight this process of comprehension, that's why I prefer the older crowd, usually.