Although Bowman had started "color-coding" their cards in 1997, they hadn't quite settled into the black-red and black-blue motif that they relentlessly followed for the next 10 years or so. By "color-coding" I mean that veteran players had a red highlight while rookies had a blue highlight. The set had 440 cards and was issued in one series. Individual packs had 10 cards and were available for $3.00.
There were no subsets in 2000 Bowman, just the division into veteran and rookie cards. There were however inserts and parallel cards.
Bowman Retro and Bowman Future
Bowman’s Best Preview
Bowman Early Indications
Bowman Major Power
Bowman Tool Time
There was also a Bowman Gold parallel in this set but I don't have one. Other than that, I have at least one representative card of the entire issue. There's lots of Bowman to go. Coming up will be Bowman Chrome, Bowman Draft Picks (regular and Chrome) and Bowman's Best.