I had this discussion with a Net54 member, but cards like that Gretzky are not really miscuts. They are misprints. The term "miscut" insinuates that the card was cut wrong. The card was not cut wrong. It was printed wrong. The print on the front is not aligned with the print on the back. In other words, if it is a "miscut," what could have been done differently during the cutting process to prevent the problem? The answer is nothing because it is a misprint – not a problem in the cutting process, but a problem in the printing process. PSA needs to pull their head out of their butt and start labeling these correctly with a PD (print defect) qualifier instead of a MC qualifier.
Collecting 1965 Topps High #'s SGC 88 or better: 10/91
BUYING Well Centered:
1956 Topps SGC 84 or Better (or raw equivalent)
1965 Topps SGC 88 or Better (or raw equivalent)