No, my tickets were not quick-picks.
I generate my numbers through some software I wrote a long time ago. It is a kind of wheeling program, except that it is designed to wheel through the entire field, not a limited subset of numbers. I would never dream of wheeling through subsets, since my impression is that it reduces your odds of winning to do it that way, although if you do win with subset wheeling, you win slightly bigger amounts than you would have otherwise. The program is not designed to increase my odds of winning, which is impossible by the way, but it is designed to prevent me from reducing my odds of winning, which is very possible.
I sometimes suspect that quick-picks are not entirely random but rather are programmed to do a kind of subset wheeling, though I could be wrong on that. It is easy to insert a bias like that into a program without having it noticed. If this were the case, it would have the effect of increasing the lottery's odds of having a rollover, which of course the lottery wants very much, since rollovers increase sales.
The Deli near here where a big winner was is actually on the Pennsylvania side of the border, at Washington Crossing and it was a Powerball drawing, not a Megamillions drawing. The prize won there was won by a New Jersey couple and the annuity prize at that time was $213M. That ticket I believe was a quick pick. No one at the Deli ever heard again from the winners. I know because I've asked. The employees did get a bonus from their company, however. I know that at least one of the employees of the store wrote the winner asking for a further tip, but it appears that the winner did not respond to that request for money in any way. This is understandable, since it is probably just one among thousands of such requests for money that you get when you win big. The employee had a sad story to tell, but I'll bet everyone has a sad story.
I generally don't post my numbers, and in any case, I don't have a flatbed scanner.