Thank goodness for non-Magic finance people selling on eBay. Was able to pick up a Bazaar for $490 and a Library for $400 in the past couple weeks, and they arrived in nice shape. I don't mind taking a chance on deals when the pictures are fuzzy or low-ebay bidders considering Paypal usually rules in your favor when anything shady happens. Just need to be vigilant to find good prices I guess.
The word "active" has an ambiguity to it. One reading is that the DCI is actively paying attention to Vintage and the Vintage community. Another reading is that the DCI is aggressively managing the B&R list.
I strongly prefer an active DCI in the first sense, but a passive DCI in the second sense.
This echoes my sentiments. I'd love a DCI that was passionate and interested in the format. I'd also like them to give us time to adapt and change to things.
I'm not sure about this. If they were super active, and trying to create a "key" valid/competitive environment (ie, as important as Legacy, etc) wouldn't they have to bring the restriction axe to a ton of hallowed cards?