Agree completely with Bunyip here. I've GM'd many Aeon (Trinity) games since it came out including both home-brew and the published scenarios. They've all gone very well, and am presently GMing the Darkness Revealed books for like the 5th time, but for a bunch of Aeon newbies. Its about finding the right group, setting expectations in advance.... and possibly getting a better handle on the rules to speed up play. Combat, for example, can work fairly quickly with just a little bit of practice. Good luck!...