Over the last 5 years custom playing cards have had a serious boom in popularity, which is really great because we have a choice of so many beautiful decks. My issue is that companies like T11, DnD and Ellusionist are incredibly misleading when they use the term "limited". Because of the time zone and site crash I was unable to buy v6 S&M, so I was happy to hear when they did a second release, despite the fact they bumped the price up to almost $10 per deck and we couldn't buy less than a brick. They were never to be sold again, a couple days ago DnD announced that more would be sold. They "found" a supply stashed at the back of their warehouse. So, cards that were printed in "limited" quantities sold out, never to be sold again only to be sold again, twice. What kind of crap is that? David Blaine released his variety box earlier which has cards like the White Lions, that once sold out, would never be sold again..... I just got an email from E saying they are giving away decks of gold Arcanes with orders over $75, they did the same with red Artifice last week. T11 have done similar promotions with sold out decks as well. It is very likely that people from E and DnD won't see this but can you please stop bs'ing us about your "limited" cards. It's a cheap marketing strategy that is working but it's also so dishonest and misleading to everyone that supports you. And while you're at it, stop making trailers that glorify the tricks. "Can be performed surrounded" often means it can but ideally shouldn't be performed surrounded. Start and end "clean" often means bringing in and switching out a gimmick. "Completely examinable" usually means after some sort of clean up. If trailers were more realistic then maybe people would pirate magic as much. I don't blame people for illegally downloading stuff, since they're being lied to in a lot of trailers. So pissed off at the general state of magic.