The talk around here for bagged coal is: Reading is a crap shoot. Some of it is good, some is fines, wood, shale, and too wet. It is never, ever, great coal, and too often it's just not good. Kimmel is always good...ohhhh, if you go through 100 bags you'll find one or two with some fines, but you'd never complain. Blaschak is always between good and great. If you manage to find a bad to complain about, it would be news. That being said....... any bagged coal that's stored outside long enough might get too wet. That's not the breakers fault, it's who ever stored it under a rain spouts fault.