Bowman Platinum, although I kind of like it's looks, is not a set I care much about. So I generally buy the bare minimum to insure I'll get enough to add to my reference book. Any Phillies or Astros I get are a bonus. This year I bought a blaster box and a value pack for the Purple Haze cards. Looks like I didn't do a dedicated post for Bowman Platinum last year, I just included it in my year-end-wrap-up.
I'll say that I like this year's design better than the past few years. It's a very plain, full-bleed design, with just the player's name and a strange device with the BP logo on the side of the card.
There are, of course, multiple different colored parallel cards. Last year they went for a cracked ice background which they abandoned this year.
There are 100 cards in the base set. As is usual in Bowman sets, you also have a 100-card Prospects set. These look pretty similar except the device has lost it's wings and gained fangs, or something.
The parallel prospects cards are Chrome Refractors.
Then you have your inserts. Bowman seems to be really into die-cut cards this year. I pulled 3 different inserts, all with die-cutting.