I ordered two 2gig SanDisk CF cards from an online retailer, $40 a piece. I immediately noticed the plastic case was a lot crappier than SanDisk usually has, but didn't think much of it. I used them on a shoot yesterday, and a little over half the images turned out corrupt, some on camera, but most after transferring to the computer. I've NEVER had that happen in 2 years of shooting on SanDisk CF's. Looking a little closer at these things, they're definitely constructed a little different than any other SanDisk I have laying here. The front label has very slight differences in spacing and printing. Both front and back labels are just barely crooked, something I would expect in mass production, but I have 4 other CF's laying here and all their labels are near perfect. The Backside label's print bled, like it was printed with an inkjet. There's a very slight difference in the lower part of the "D" is SanDisk, and the paper used is much more yellow than a CF I know to be real. So am I tripping on this thing or is it really a fake? please excuse the crappy example photo the card in question is the one on the left btw.