I'm with Cathy and Jon on this one, but I feel compelled to point out something that's probably important....
There are two types of fig collectors out there: Those who believe infections like RKN or FMV are impossible to avoid and the others who actually believe (or reportedly have) pathogen-free plants.
I think it's important we all understand newbies probably haven't made this distinction yet and that they don't have all the facts, thus someone needs to bring it up so they actually have a chance to make that decision on their own before diving in face-first on the decision without knowing. Nothing sucks worse than getting into a hobby and realizing you screwed up on day 1 and can't take it back.
I'm in the "FMV is inevitable" category, and I usually trade and obtain cuttings from sources I know have FMV because I don't care. I'm not running a nursery, so the appearance of my young trees is not of any consequence. Even thought I'm of this mindset, especially with newbies, I'm still going to make sure people know very clearly that FMV exists, there is no known cure, there are several other pathogens which infect figs, and many (if not all) seem to multiply in environments like UCD's orchard.
I think it's super important for everyone to grasp that any time you take cuttings from anyone, you risk introducing new pathogens and nuisances into your landscape or orchard. I am a prime example. Between two nurseries, I managed to get 5 fig trees that were infected with RKN and I've been fighting with mild RKN ever since, to the point I'm not even comfortable sharing my figs with anyone outside of GA.
I've gotten in the habit of quarantining any plant that shows a single knot on the root (which could realistically even be from the damned potting soil I buy!!). Unfortunately, this doesn't always work. Just last week, I had a squirrel jump into my quarantine area, chew their way in, dig in an infected pot, then hop out and dig in part of my main collection. I don't know if it hit the clean stuff first, then hit the infected stuff or what, so I've got airlayers galore and my quarantine area filling up right now trying to overcome the situation.
It's an uphill battle - all because I wanted the instant gratification of figs the next year (!!!) and decided that buying from a nursery was the way to get there. (hindsight 20/20; wish I knew then what I know now....)
Anyway, just my 2¢, take it or leave it.