USSID: Yes it is worth the time. Look at the person that FOUND the first 1992 Close Am They sold it for 20 grand. Look at all the new error's that are being found. I Recently found and sent in a coin to Dr.James Wiles Its now listed as a New Listing 2015 D DDO-001 Double ear variety. Its for some and not for others. Its called Error hunting/coin roll hunting collecting . Are we going to get rich NAW. Its something different and cheaper in the coin collecting world for people to do that wont cost them but a little bit of money and time. A error coin I found was in Pocket change I sold was a Lincoln DDO
cent. sold it for 180 bucks 179 profit ill take it anytime. All's you really need to know is yes its worth peoples time do what they want to do or they would Not be doing it.
Yes, I see your point as well. Can it be enjoyable to search? Yes. Can you get lucky? Yes. Can you make a little money after thousands of searches? Yes.
In the big scheme of things, forget it! One small example of what I'm talking about... Just look on this forum at all the people that think they have found the golden error nugget.
A very very small/minuscule percentage have found anything significant. When members on a thread have to ask, where are you seeing this error or variety and you need arrows, circles and a scanning electron microscope to see it,