What makes a good coin good? I know beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but, don't circulated, or better, "not uncirculated" coins have signifigant value? Would one rather have one expensive car, or 4 or 5 "regular" cars? Now I don't guess one would want 10 old broken down cars that don't run very well, but, would those 10 cars collectively, be valueless? Maybe one could take those 10 old cars and redeem them for a decent hot tub and a few kegs of beer. My point is I guess I get a little bummed sometimes reading posts about MS this and UNC that. I know coins and condition go kind of hand in hand, and, I don't really want to own 25000 memorial back cents with late dates but, I like some lower end coins. For instance, I love the liberty walking halfs ,so I bought a bunch, and most are, by themselves, not all that valuable, but, together, form a collection that, together with other coins of different varieties, make a pretty cool collection. Besides, when the economy goes up in smoke, maybe quantity will be better than quality. I can't spend a thousand dollars on one coin, but, I might spend a thousand dollars on a nice, varied, collection of stuff. Seems almost snobbish to me, some of the post I read, but, just one man's opinion. I feel better now..I think.