Hey guys, this was actually something that came up in conversation with my fiancee last night, and I thought I might see how the rest of you all feel about it. I'm a loose collector. I don't keep things MISB, half because I'll always be a child at heart, and half because I just don't have the room to store full sealed boxes. So when I get a TF from the store, I just tear into it, trash/recycle the package, and give it a new place on my shelf. Bing, bang, boom, right? So I had netted this amazing deal on eBay for a lot of four Cybertron scout-class toys, MOSC, and the package arrived yesterday. As my fiancee and I were pulling the figures out, we were both really impressed - these were perfectly cared for. There were no bubble dents, no card creases, nothing but case-fresh goodness, like the package had been from Hasbro circa 2006 and not a private collection. And yeah, we still opened them and added them to the collection, but there was a moment of hesitation. These toys were around 5-6 years old, and looked like they had just been pulled out of the Target back room to get put on the pegs. Someone who obviously cared for their collection had these. So, my question is, if you're a loose collector (or primarily loose), do you ever feel bad when you get older MISB/MOSC pieces with the intent to open them up? Even if it's a split-second feeling, is it ever there? Or am I just the weird one?