That card is in hand - I didn't grab that off the net. Had to run to Target (yes - this was a had to) and someone put out the cereal boxes and the blasters. No loose packs. So I bought a hanging box. Let's have a quick look.
Back of Jeter's card. Not sure how much of the backs have been previewed. Easy to read number, and the series label too. Complete stats.
Pulled two White Sox. Thank you Topps for a proper final card for Paulie. If you don't use him again, it's much better his last card is a common in flagship and not a short print in another product. Dig those easy to read names and almost complete lack of foil. Dammit Topps - DON'T MAKE ME LIKE 2015 FLAGSHIP!!!!!
Three for the binders. Of the 72 cards in the brick, not a single throwback uniform. Disappointing!
Future Stars. The rookie cup is a plus. The crappy foil printed "Future Stars" is bad. Very, very bad.
These are not checklists. But damn - I like these! Granted, all three of these teams made the post season. I assume all 30 teams get a team card like this.
The Rosario is a gold. That Davis in the middle - think of the card printing similar to Bowman Platinum. I happened to pull a base of Davis, which is the card on the far right. Not sure the name of this parallel, but I am sure it is not needed.
The First Home Run cards were the last two in the brick. Love that the Tulo is a picture of him possibly from that game, as he is certainly not number 14. I love the idea of the first pitch. What I don't love is that the set doesn't have a lot of diversity. Three Cubs cards out of 15? That's like Yankee-type sorting.
Last inserts. That Schmidt is very 8th grade layout. Bad design. Nick - you are going to LOVE that Robbed in Left insert. And the Archetypes is too busy. Add two move colors and it's '95 Fleer all over again.
There - didn't say much because I wanted to hit publish. So "publish".