I've been playing with sticks for about 8 years now. It's lots of fun, and I guess I'm relatively good. Certainly not the best on the net, or even the best one out of my friends, but good enough that I can show off. Here are a few videos I've recorded. I can't be bothered to make this page pretty tonight. Trouble viewing the videos? See the FAQ for some very limited help.
This is me doing my thing with two sticks at the same time! Once I get going, I have absolutely no control over what I do. It takes all my concentration just to split my mind in two to keep the both of them off the ground. They just sort of go where they want to while I hang on for dear life.
This is the first trick I ever invented. For reasons that seemed clear to me at the time, I called it the clockwork. It's simple enough that I'm sure others have done it, but I was the first person I knew to come up with the idea. You simply throw the controller into the air with a 180-degree rotation. The interesting part is timing it with the stick so that there is very little loss of contact between the controller and the stick, even when both are out of your hands. I enjoy it because unlike many controller-tossing tricks, it can be done very slowly.
I've never successfully explained or taught this trick to anyone. This is probably due to the fact that it was a complete accident the first time I did it. I just wanted to see what would happen if I crossed my controllers. This was the first thing that came to mind when I did that. I never really named it, but I've tentatively called it a cross-up so that I'd have a name for the video file. It's not nearly as complex as it looks.