It is not that one side is right and one side is wrong. I was just wondering if there were others out there like me. I never play a casual deck unless it is all black border. In tournaments I use white border like the next person because I don't have all the black border. Will I shell out $20 to have a black border card, No. Will I trade a couple of cards for it, Yes. Once again I am not saying one view is better than the other or trying to convince other people. I am just curious.
...I don't care what border my cards have; though, if I'm able to, I would build an all Black border deck, however, this will not stop me from building a deck with 4 white bordered Wrath of Gods if white Bordered Wrath of Gods is all I have.
I like both, but i'm partial to white simply because they last longer, and you can clean them. I'll never forget purchasing a "ratty" vesuvan doppelganger, cleaning it, and selling it for $20.
Want to test how they last longer. Take a deck of 60 white border cards, shuffle them 40 times. Do the same with Black border.. The BB will look like theyve been hit by a truck, white come out unscathed.
My favorite story with a five color deck was actually with my younger brother. I built a Fluctuator deck for him (he's not good at Magic) when he was in junior high. He was playing a teams match with two of his friends against three other kids, and at the beginning he told them, "I'm playing a rainbow deck." The deck did have cards from all five colors after all. On his third turn he went off with the Fluctuator engine and killed two of his three opponents.
His was a very casual thing that only works against bad decks usually. It is perhaps the most easily disrupted combo deck there is. I don't have the exact decklist at the moment, but it was something like this...
1x Songs of the Damned
1x Drain Life
1x Haunting Misery
52x cycling cards