Here's the scenarios: (1) The players are in setup, the flip for first has been made play has not yet begun. Player 1 draws a mulligan but fails to show it to the opposite player and shuffles his initial draw back into the deck. The penalty was a prize loss (Player 1 puts up an extra prize, player 2 takes a prize) even though they had not yet started or even put down prizes. (2) The game is in progress. Player 1 plays a TV Reporter and puts it on top of the discard pile. Player 2 makes an issue of the card not being in the play area. Player 1 gets flustered and accidentally shuffles his whole hand into the deck. The judges get called over. The penalty? Play without a hand. Now my opinion is this: (1) A warning would be sufficient since game play had not begun. (2) Allow the player to draw 3 as it was agreed the TV Reporter had been played, then discard one as per the card text. My thought is that with the lack of guidelines some judges are being pretty heavy-handed with the penalties. Opinions?