Thanks! And where I get my rolls is wherever I can find them. These rolls I bought yesterday from a dealer who holds all the Lincolns he gets in for me and I pick them all up whenever I get a chance to stop by. The bulk of this purchase was circulated wheats, but one box had about 20 BU wheat rolls. They ranged from 1935 to 1947, and can be expensive to say the least. In this case I was able to reduce the cost by going through them and giving him back the top 5 coins in every roll, some very, very nice coins, while I bought what was left, which in some cases weren't better than UNC. He got what he wanted out of them and I got to go through everything, including the best coins, and pull any varieties. Good deal for both of us, but I still paid a lot for the set. My problem will end up being trying to find 5 UNC or better coins from each of these dates to bring them back up to full rolls to sell them off eventually.