You hit the nail on the head. It's about the pursuit of perfection. These decks were not flawed, mangled, or damaged. They just weren't true to our exact, original vision. Any other company would have said "good enough" - we didn't. We were willing, and we forever will be, to pursue perfection, even if that means there will be complications, headaches, and frustrations along the way. This certainly was frustrating. I lost a lot of sleep over it. But at the end of the day (or actually, at 6am in the morning) - we had to make sure the final result here was something GREAT, not just good. The same logic can and should be applied to everything you do. Follow your vision, follow your heart. Never settle.