In the days when journals only were printed on paper, reprints were a major portion of revenue; however, because of PDFs and electronic media, authors can purchase one online copy and photocopy additional copies, thereby bypassing the publisher’s reprint sales, and in fact, in some cases, violating federal copyright laws. Many “reprints” are in circulation at professional meetings and other venues that were never legally purchased or reproduced. A portion of publication fees, now goes toward this end. Therefore, at the end of the review process and once we have reached the final proof, authors are provided a clean copy for professional use and dissemination.