I'm thinking about submitting my first coin to be slabbed and I'm trying to wade through all the options but I'm getting confused. First, as an ANA member, I understand I get direct submission to NGC for free. But this just means I get a free account, right? I still have to pay for the actual grading service. Now on to the coin...., I've got a mid-90's Jefferson nickel that I am fairly confident is improperly annealed. It probably grades EF but, honestly, I could care less about the grade. I just want the variety/error verified. Looking at the NGC website, it looks like a modern submission for grading is $15 and then I would have to add another $15 for variety/error certification for a total of $30. But since I don't care about the grade, could I just have the variety/error verified for only $15? Thanks for the advice!