Seems like in at least half of the unboxing videos that I've seen, the dealer pulls the slabs straight from the box, discusses the grade, and then proceeds to scrape the brand-new, pristine, slab against other slabs either in his hand or when he puts it in a pile. Stop that! I buy a lot of my slabs in the aftermarket and sometimes the window to the coin has little knicks or scratches on it. I always figured it was just klutzy collectors doing it, but now I'm not so sure. So I want to get it out there and let you dealers know that sometimes an unscratched slab helps motivate me toward a purchase.