As an example the 1976 DDO-001 penny states, "extra thickness on LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRUST." When I look at the pictures provided and compare them to a 1976 penny I have located the look is very similar. I understand finding a DDO/DDR coin is challenging and not a common occurrence by any stretch of the imagination. The concern I have is actually finding one and not knowing I have found it because it is not obvious, resulting in its being "jar-tossed". This might be a bit long but... I attempted to crop my pictures at the approximate size and orientation of those shown on VarietyVista's site but mine ended up being larger due to the cropping process... What I notice when I compare this coin to other 1976-D coins I have come across is the lettering/numbering appearing more pronounced, as well as "stretching" noted to the top of the letters in "IN GOD WE TRUST" which I notice in the VarietyVista pictures, giving them almost a "halo" effect. I am still attempting to learn and wrap my head around the notion of DDO/DDR. I understanding the die making process and that die errors are built onto the die itself. The challenge is in recognizing it. What say you?