Morgan Grading Experts: Does this 1887 Morgan have a shot at MS65?
Updated for clarity: The coin is currently in a PCGS MS64 holder.
I want to hear from the more experienced/proficient Morgan experts... This is a solid MS64 (IMO) which I believe would CAC. The question is, with PCGS's current standards, does this coin have a shot at 65 on a regrade/reconsideration submission? I believe the reverse is MS65 all day. On the obverse, I believe the fields are clean enough for 65, but the question is whether the hits on the cheek are too severe for 65. My gut tells me it's just a touch too much for 65 as 65's generally have fairly clean faces but can have some damage. If anyone has doubts about CAC eligibility please say so as well but I think at 64 JA would approve. I could see PCGS giving it a + but I don't know if the price boost is worth it (approx $50 in PCGS guide).
Edited to add: Be aware that my pictures I feel accentuate all of the defects that are not so glaring in-hand. The 3rd obverse photo most accurately shows how it looks in-hand.