Unlike earlier sets, Wizards refuses to publish correct rarities or seem to even acknowledge they do track printing at all. The result is you have people who have opened cases of cards and notice the disparities between cards amongst the same rarities. They tally the cards, do a bit of math, and discover there’s track printing. Then you have the staunch supporters of WotC who absolutely refuse to believe that WotC would ever do such a thing.
Hiding information is never good. You build trust by being truthful, I will never trust WotC as long as they don't release numbers or at least partial numbers of printings or the ratio of track printings. I buy of course, but am ever hesitant.
Staunch Supporters choose to bury their head in the sand. I understand wanting to have absolute proof. That proof is only going to come if a government edict forces them to disclose it. You hook someone on the game, you stack the odds against them so they have to buy more, you make more money selling them more. Its a great setup for them and I don't really blame them for doing it. But its sleazy.