Awesome post with perfect descriptions. I'd like to add a point that so many members need to observe. When you're listing a B/S/T, if your throw has damage, the ever popular term "near mint" just doesn't apply. "Near mint" should never be used to describe anything. Saying that is like saying the words probably and for sure in the same sentence. Your throw is either in mint condition, or has damage and is no longer in mint condition.
When a yoyo has got just a little damage it is just nearly not mint, or near to mint condition.
Or as some people call it, near mint.