I came up with this because I love and hate Anil's shock and awe. I love the incredible profile you get with so little work. I hate the expense of the fly. Even if you get plain tube drilled cones without the eyes they're about 45 cents each. Too much for me when I'm likely to be banging them on the beach, but too beautiful to pass up in open water fishing. I looked at his fly and tried to cheapen it up, while maintaining the best points. Speed in tying and profile. I went with plain dumbells because they are easy to find and cost about 15 cents each. I named it the Anil'd clouser because I coped his tying approach is the basis, and I believe in credit where credit is due. step 1: Address the tube "hello tube!" Anyone old enough to get that? step two: attach belly material facing fore and aft like on the shock and awe or ALF (I'm using super hair instead of Anil's favored material) step three: attach dumbell eyes over belly material step four: flip tube over and attach top material facing fore and aft tying down on both sides of dumbell step five:attach flash facing fore and aft tying down on both sides of dumbell step six: Fold back wing and belly and tie down behind dumbell step seven: Epoxy Tying time should be well under two minutes. you would get a softer look and more flow with the softer crinkle nylon Anil uses.