I've been slowly knocking off some 1-2 year old mid-range Linden cards as the prices finally hit (what I consider to be) a reasonable amount. My newest pc add is one that I'm really happy to knock off the list and snagged it for a fairly decent price.
2012/13 Fleer Retro
#24 1997/98 EX 2001 Essential Credentials Now /24
DO NOT ask me where the heck that naming convention comes from. I have absolutely no clue. To me.....it's the yellow parallel and it's numbered to 24.
Not to be mistaken with it's pink counterpart.
But who am I to complain. I actually like what Upper Deck did with this Fleer Retro product (from a player collector standpoint). A base card (with one of the best photos I've seen on a Linden base), an autograph parallel (sadly.....a sticker auto), three EX inserts/parallels and a handful of other inserts (all on the lower-end/less expensive variety).
Nine cards in total (with one of them being a 1/1). A reasonable wallet hit with some good chases. What more can I ask for.
I'm down to just a couple cards to complete this product run. I've seen many copies of each fly around but I'm playing the patience card. Soon enough I'll do the final show & tell.
Really, if there's any beef to this product it's the off-the-wall names they give some of these cards. I swear they just pull random names out of a hat and do a quick swip-swap and voila.
I prefer "yellow" and "pink".