I am a collector that sells graded coins after buying them from individuals, which makes me sort of a middle man. I know all about the values of the coins I sell, and I know how much to buy them for to sell them at low prices. However, to be honest, I have truly never gotten a coin graded myself! This is mainly due to lack of knowledge of fees and shipping costs through companies. Places on eBay like M. Barr Coins, Sirius Sports Cards, and many others sell these graded coins mostly from PCGS and NGC. M. Barr has free shipping on their stuff, and I have gotten a graded proof coin as low as $6. On Sirius Sports Cards, I recently got some proof coins, with one being about $4. The question is: could there be a way to sell PCGS coins so cheap and make money? I am a firm believer that UGS can rise to the occasion in coin grading as I own a 1968-S PR-65 half dollar from them. It appears undergraded after inspection, but sadly, they would likely have to be the company to sell a MS 1893-S Morgan or a 1964 SMS half dollar before anyone found out about them. It all comes back to this question: how many graded coins do you have that you actually graded yourself? Disclaimer: I have only bought a UGS-graded coin; I am not an owner of this company nor am I a stockholder.