NIFC= Not Intended For Circulation. IFC= Intended For Circulation. I just received my June issue of CW(coin world). For me a little knowledge is dangerous. In CW an article headline reads: San Francisco Mint strikes circulation-quality quarters. Namely ATB's, America the beautiful. To me this article doesn't give enough information and IMHO is ambiguous and misleading and confusing: 1. P&D mints will also strike 2012 ATB's but with presses set for 700-750/min., more than once if needed. 2. S mint ATB's will be struck at 70 coins/min., ONLY ONCE. 3. Still P, D, & S mints will be primarily IFC's. 4. IMHO S mint ATB's should be of higher grade(ms65-msproof) and much more noticeable to the collector. Still they're classed as IFC coins. 5. Oh yes, some P&D mint ATB's will be sold as " collector products". HUH?? IMHO this means higher value numistmatically speaking, YES, NO?? How many P & D mints? 6. What about the S mint ATB's? I only assume that some will be selected for " collector products". 7. 1.7 million 2012 ATB's of each park will be struck. I hope all mints strike the same amount. No further specific figures are given. S mint ATB's will still be primarily IFC coins, I hope, I hope. This means our banks will get them and sell them at Face Value. Yes, No??