Mine wont reach them for a few weeks yet and sure as hell i wont pay $15 for a blue label. To me its just silly season and i remember as a kid when i used to collect stamps. Someone thought up the traffic light gutter pair. This needed to be from an unfolded sheet and in every sheet there was only one pair and I duly collected them all and put them in my album. In 1978 i was busy rushing to the post office on new issue day and stopping the post master from folding the sheet so i could buy the center strip in the middle with the traffic light. In 1980 the stamp market collapsed and traffic light gutter pairs became worthless. ER and FR are as contrived as a traffic light gutter pair - perhaps more so - and are a cynical marketing ploy. Business do need cynical marketing to make profit but making such plays can have unforseen consequences too. The number of new issues is beyond what the market can absorb and in an era where cash will become almost never used and where kids dont have change to collect - my feeling is that these gimmicks will die a death and if not quite a death - almost certainly will not make anyone cash apart from NGC and PCGS. I think it is intended to give gullible consumers choice - is this not the role of business? Surely it is the role of government and consumer protection to regulate and control? In my view these designations are inoffensive but ultimately worthless.