The only thing I truly dislike more than sticker autos are redemptions. I'm sitting on over 25 redemptions that are each 5+ years old. And on almost every single one, the card is worth SIGNIFICANTLY lower now than it would have been had I received a sticker auto at the time of the set release date. It's honestly ridiculous that these card companies can get away with this shit, basically giving out an "IOU" for something you spend a small fortune on, and then by the time you get it, you've lost almost all of the value. Topps/Bowman isn't awful, and neither is Upper Deck, but Panini is fucking terrible, IMO. I've got 1/1 Logoman autos from National Treasure, RPA's for guys like Jaylen Brown from Spectra, etc. that I will most likely never see, and now have to wait for "replacement cards" in which they use present day value, not the value that the card would have been worth when the product was released. I called them on January 19th, and was told it would be 6-8 weeks (this is the 25th time I've heard this in 5 years) to receive the replacements. I called again on February 7th, again on March 3rd, and I'll be calling again this week. There needs to be a class action suit against these card companies regarding redemptions. No other companies in the world are allowed to market and sell you something, and then hand you a piece of cardboard that basically says "We'll get it to you when we get around to it...." Could people imagine ordering stuff from Amazon, have the driver show up with an envelope and say "Sorry, out of stock, no refund, we'll just deliver it when we have it."