They think they can just sweep their problems under the rug and they'll all go away. I don't think we've heard the end of the Wagner situation. There was another thread that I was reading yesterday about a 1976 PSA 10 Nolan Ryan. No way was that card a 10. Who was the seller? Probstein. Why anybody continues to do business with PSA at this point is beyond me. After everything that's been brought to light about them (especially their autograph authentication on Net54), doing business with them is basically saying you're ok with their businees ethics. The only PSA cards that I own are my Adam Dunn rookies which are all PSA 10. Other than that, I am very proud to say I don't own another PSA graded card - they've all either been cracked out or crossed over.
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)