(01-04-2013 01:05 PM)krykslr Wrote: Every collector has a different opinion, but I personally don't prefer BGS unless it's for a modern card (prospects, etc)....but I don't like prospecting much either (an unproven player for the same price I can buy a Mantle), so therefore I don't like BGS all that much.
For vintage, I don't have a preference between PSA and SGC, but I always pass by a card in a BGS holder.
(01-04-2013 01:03 PM)nyyankeesfan28 Wrote: Beckett grades more conservatively. I have a BVG 3 1952 Topps Allie Reynolds, that looks like it could get a PSA 4.
(01-04-2013 01:13 PM)thepozr Wrote: Just curious as to why?
(01-04-2013 01:35 PM)krykslr Wrote: I personally don't like the bulky cases...they feel like you're holding a brick. It seems like the "industry standard" (for vintage especially) seems to be PSA/SGC.
Not to say that BGS isn't credible, I just prefer the others.
(01-04-2013 01:42 PM)nolan5000 Wrote: OK, fair enough. So you just prefer to have your cards slide around inside and get all bung up and no longer truly represent what's on the slab.
(01-04-2013 01:48 PM)krykslr Wrote: I've never had an issue with a card moving around in my slabs. I've got all sizes, from T206 in a SGC holder, a 1948 Bowman Spahn RC in a PSA holder, a 1952 Bowman Mantle in a PSA holder, and a full-sized Chipper Jones RC in PSA....all 4 are different shapes and not one of them moves around.
I didn't ask for a snappy, sarcastic comment. I was stating my preference. You're welcome to grade with BGS, and that's fine by me, and if you don't like PSA/SGC, that's fine too.