As some of you may know, my wife's GC showed up with the incorrect birth date on the plastic card. E-filed an I-90 in late December 2004 right after we received the incorrect card, I read on the forum that they might take the old card away and the CSR at the 1-800 number confirmed this. we were traveling to Canada that week, and the CSR told us to cancel our trip because the card was wrong. (BULLSHIT!) I'd prefer to try to show the officer the card, and if they don't like it, I can show them the passport stamp, and if they want more I can show them the I-90 receipt. We went to Canada, and upon re-entering the USA, the immigration officer never even noticed the card was wrong. He never asked for the passport stamp, or proof of having filed an I-90 (all of which we had with us just in case) Upon returning to the USA my wife scheduled an appointment in early January to get fingerprint/photo/signature taken at the ASC (the Application Support Center in Davie, FL, not the local office in Miami). I am pleased to announce that the new card arrived yesterday (Feb 1st), luckily without any additional errors. It seems from reading other threads here that e-filing is definitely faster than paper filing the I-90. I was really getting concerned that the card would not arrive in time to renew our driver's licenses, and the driver's license office might have noticed the error in the birth date and only have issued the DL for as long as the passport stamp is good for. That would really suck! I'm tired of going to get my DL renewed every damn year, and we have to go in person! Now we can get on to renewing our driver's licenses, and changing it from a 1 year expiration to a 5 year expiration like everyone else in FL. Our journey finally is over!!!!!! Good luck to everyone who is still waiting!