I've never quite understood the point of getting modern cards slabbed. I completely understand slabbing and authenticating vintage cards, but is there really any point in authenticating a card that was released five years ago? But, if I need a card, the fact that it's slabbed isn't going to stop me from owning it.
Which was the case with this 2006 Bowman Sterling Luke Hochevar Black Refractor, which is numbered 7/25.
It goes great with my regular refractor card, which is numbered 15/199.
It's always nice checking off a card from my ever-shrinking Hochevar want list, even if it means adding another graded card to my collection.