Step 7: Results
All in all, the Torx is probably more suited to this method. Even though it appears more difficult, it is actually more forgiving in performance, once it fits. For the Allen key, the margin between fitting in, and slipping is very small. The soft metal used here also makes it easy to over-tighten the screws, damaging the screw driver. If that happens you have to file the damaged area away... An upside to this is that it is nearly impossible to damage the screws themselves. A big plus when trying to remove recessed screws.
Below you can see that the screwdrivers fit well enough for the screws to stick, just from the friction.
This completes my first instructable, I hope it will be of some use.