I know this is not done with any malice toward the poster, and this is the way it has been for many years, but coin collecting is a fluid hobby and ever changing. Many new collectors collect anything that is doubled, the more obvious the better, weather it be MD or not. A true doubled die is a rare find ,so rare that newer collectors are willing to pay premiums for MD coins. What brings me to create this thread is a member recently posted a question about weather her unopened rolls of statehood quarters were worth selling. Many members answered they were only worth face value.......but when I checked eBay sold listings, unopened rolls were going for up to $20+ depending on the state. Many times we give the answer that there is no extra value, but things change quickly and just because we see it as NAV, doesn't mean that somebody else is not willing to pay a premium for it. Only with investigation of what things are actually being sold for can we determine if there is a premium or not. I think we have to open our minds to new trends in coin collecting to be able to best answer our fellow members. Not everybody who buys a MD coin is a Bidiot! collecting trends change, as do coin values! You can't get the same $$ for a Wisconsin extra leaf quarter today that you could 2 years ago. Just saying we need to guide the newer collectors in a more responsible way.