So the other day (right before I left for a weekend vacation) I received the deck of animal kingdom cards I ordered. First impressions were not the best... to say the least. I opened the box and dug around in the packing peanuts until finding the deck. When I pulled the deck out I noticed right away that the cellophane wrapping had been torn rather largely across the front. This was unexpected, I assumed that paying almost four dollars for shipping on one deck of cards would see it safely to me. Once I opened the actual tuck case and pulled out the cards I saw that the deck was indeed worth the $10 I payed for it. The cards slid perfectly across one another, the colors were rich, and the designs flawless. But then I saw that a couple of the cards were warped (keep in mind that I have only overhand shuffled at this point, I haven't bent the cards at all). This was very disappointing. I mean, I have heard that T11 is really good quality. And I payed $14 going on $15 for one deck of cards.... For what I do with cards (not much cardistry as I am still trying to get my first few flourishes down) the warp doesn't effect me. I was able to flatten the cards (with some heavy objects) and it is good now. I want to find out what happened with these cards. Is T11 quality declining? Or was I a fluke.