Not that it matters as long as it's stamped, signed and current. But were you at least a little surprised at the appearance of your GFL when you received it? I was sort of expecting something along the lines of a driver's license or state ID in terms of quality. Mine looks like it was shakily cut from cheap paper with a dull pair of scissors. Back and front was badly misaligned when laminated. My signature is in blue ink but the Probate's "stamped" signature is in black. In a way, I'm glad I signed in blue because it makes the thing look less like a bad photocopy. For a document of such legal signifigance, it just looks so home made. What did you think about yours?