Check out the December issue of Scrye magazine, page 131. The prices and raries listed for the Sandstorm EX cards are ALL MESSED UP! They've listed ALL the Sandstorm EX cards as SRF (super rare foil). Now, I wonder how they came up with that information! For anyone who has collected Sandstorm, they know that the EX Pokemon are more common than the regular foils (not reverse foils). If anything, the regular foils should be listed as SRF too, and priced higher! Hopefully, Scrye will get this corrected in their next issue because the Sandstorm EX prices are WAY TOO HIGH, except for maybe the broken, highly-popular Gardevoir card. Anyway, does anyone out there know how Scrye comes up their intial prices for releases? I know that they get their data for older releases from industry sales figures. For example, a store I know in Denver submits monthly reports to Scrye of their card prices, which Scrye uses with many other store submissions to tabulate card prices (for older releases). I assume that for just-released sets, because Scrye doesn't have enough sample data, they get the prices from some reliable source. Evidently, the scource who provided Scrye with the Sandstorm information was HIGHLY MIS-INFORMED! Just curious.