I agree with everyone's points. The 86' Fleer, while it's a nice card, is definitely not a "rookie." The reason why this card has been popular for so long, and why it sells for insane amounts of money, is because of PSA. PSA encapsulates this card AND they have been promoting it as his "true rookie" for years. How many times has Joe Orlando talked about this card? A million times! It's been mentioned in his book, online articles, PSA website, SMR magazine, etc. This card has been shoved down our throats for years!
The Star #101 has been blacklisted by PSA and this has definitely held it back. Add to that all the stories that have been circulating about this card for years - complete bullsh*t. If Star Co. printed the #101 at a later date using the same printing plates, and if we can't tell the difference between these cards from the originals, then why is the Beckett pop so low? People just believe everything they hear instead of doing their own research!