ChumpofSpades wrote:IMHO your decks are in the art-deck category. Ditch the pips and let the art stand alone.
Exactly. Had to look at your past posts to see what you are dealing with and yeah it's an art deck so just do whatever makes the art look best. If you aren't using the typical pip placement then at that point they are really just getting in the way of the art and not helping playability anyhow. As for question of "So, if you are a card collector, what would be your greatest concern", ask 20 people get 20 different answers. It seems that decks with quality printer that mostly conform to the standards, but still have custom tuck/back/courts fare best. However, great art can allow for more deviations, but be careful with going with unknown or cheap printer, that will be the biggest turn off most of the time.