I have a 2011 A+G wood with texture but this 2009 one is smooth as can be. The printing is so spot on though that it's got me perplexed. The seller has an oddly large amount of ginter woods for sale so that gives me an addition reason to be cautious. It's also thinner than a Ginter card so that's another reason to raise a flag. And yes as I am typing this I now realize that there is zero chance this card is real.No, I was just posting up a picture in case you needed one. I've never owned an A&G wood, I did pull a GQ wood a few years ago that felt like an actual piece of wood (with an appropriate texture). Not sure if Topps used the same technique on the A&G ones.