That sounds like a statement from someone who has never worked with computers. At the end of the day, what is the cost to the mint of releasing a coin with an error? Coins are not like most products that won't work if they have an error. Most people will never notice the error, and the coin will still do its job. Why would the mint spend millions of dollars to buy and maintain a quality control system to scan and remove error coins? I agree with you 100%. The errors still exist and will continue.