Welcome to the forum Shane. There are a lot of wonderful people on here that are more than willing to help you advance your flying. Don't worry too much about doing every trick on the market, that isn't what makes kite flying special. Its the fun you have while flying that counts. Just have fun and really get in tune with the kite so that you know every little move and how the kite reacts to it. When you get more and more in tune with the kite the tricks will be much easier to learn (if that is what you want to do).
But, if you are an aggressive person who wants to jump in with both hands (he he he) then there are some awesome online sites that can start you on the road of slack line tricks.
First, we have a movie on our site that shows the Benson Deepspace in action. This vid was shot with Tim Benson and Andy Wardley who could probably fly a lawn chair better than I can fly the Deepspace...but nonetheless it is really awesome and inspiring to watch. Here is the link.
http://www.awindofchange.com/images/ben ... pspace.avi
To learn how to do those things in that vid, you can check out these pages which have some awesome online tutorials.
<-- Andy Wardley's site.
http://sportkiteflyer.spaces.live.com/P ... e.aspx?_c=
<-- Randy Greenway AKA RandyG
<-- Prism Kites
(For Prism, click on the "how to" link at the bottom of their page and go to the "trick animation" or "Video" sections)
We also have all of these links on our site if you would like to bookmark them for easy reference. The link page is:
The video's and online tutorials are awesome to watch and give you some great insight on how the different tricks are performed. The ones that I highly highly highly suggest you start with is "Stalls" and "Ground Recoveries". Those will save you tons of walking time as well as give you the basic fundamentals on all the other stunts.
The best thing you can do is to hook up with others in your area. The video's are great but you will learn much faster with someone right at your side helping you on your way. Again the better your feel and the more comfortable you are with your kite, the easier it will be to pick up on the slack line stuff.
Don't forget to have FUN!!!
Hope that helps...I am sure you will have tons of questions after viewing/trying the above. Don't hesitate to ask.