I'm pretty open to trying new things, so when I read from a couple other bloggers about Just Commons, I decided to give them a try.
I put in a pretty large order, going through some of my less-hunted want lists. I didn't get word from the site for a few days about shipment after paying, and my ship-to address is here in Japan, so I sent an email and got a pretty quick reply. Three cards on my list weren't available but since shipping to Japan isn't free (and not calculated by the ordering system) some of that "cost" was used for shipping. I expected to need to cover shipping here so that wasn't a big shock.
The cards were sent soon after, as promised, and arrived about a week later. There were three cards in the order that were incorrect, with other cards sent instead. I emailed them about the order and mentioned that I intended to place another order soon, so they said they'll include them with that order.
I placed a new order about a week ago, but again haven't had contact following the purchase. I've just sent a follow-up message; my only real complaint so far about Just Commons is that both times I've ordered I have needed to initiate the conversations (despite asking this time to be told about shipping costs).
I'm curious - for those of you who have used the site and shipped to the US, have you had any issues with shipments not being sent?
Anyway, here's a sampling of what I ordered:
The selection at Just Commons is pretty good for modern cards, going back to the 1980s, though some somewhat-obscure issues can't be found on the site (Black Diamond and Topps Stickers for example) and since the site focuses on commons it's tough to find inserts from prior years, which is a large portion of my set-building want lists right now.
That said, as long as Just Commons keeps its pricing structures intact and selection high, it has a lot to offer me for my collecting goals! Now they just need to get my next order headed to Japan...