My playset of Beta is in fact my playset. It is the cards I use. I do have one hidden box of Beta left. It is hidden because I had my gal hide it from me so I won't ever be tempted to open it. It worth will depend on the success of spoils and how many of us hang on to our Beta cards and finally the demand of Beta versus current edition of cards for future players (that is also dependent on the success of spoils). I doubt it will ever be like the alpha and beta of MtG because we know what we might have versus the folks that dumped MtG cards all the years ago. Think baseball cards of the 1950's kids used them in bicycle spokes. If they haven't and they all kept them they would not be worth as much. Baseball cards of the 1980-1990's are worth nothing because everyone held onto to them thinking they would be worth something. If you want to make beta worth more, get your hands on as much of it as you can and then start destorying it. It will decrease the overall supply.
You either discover a star or you don't, you arrogant punk.