I've gotten a couple emails over the past few months from what seems to be experienced collectors. The issue they bring up is the way I'm describing my stamps - specifically when I use the "MNH" designation. Sometimes I'll use MNH OG, MNH Small Tear, MNH crease, MNH stain, etc. I see that most other sellers do the same. In fact, some of the larger more reputable dealers use the same way to describe their stamps. Is there some RULE that says MNH can only be used when the stamp is 100% perfect (Post office fresh) with NOTHING in way of a blemish? It seems if the buyer knows the actual condition based on how you describe it, isn't that what you're shoot for? Seems everyone is a self proclaimed stamp expert these days... My opinion is... This is a hobby and should be fun, right? I sell stamps to make money to add to my personal collection. It allows me to be engaged in stamp collecting on many different levels and i enjoy it. Anyway, love to hear thoughts on this???