This is not a bad looking set, if you like foil-board cards. I don't particularly so I don't buy much of this product. Topps didn't produce a 2015 set and I can't say I missed it. The 2016 set is only going to be available at Walmart for some reason. I saw some there over the weekend and bought two 12-card rack packs. They had blasters and a larger box which claimed to contain 4 autos, but at about $80 it was way more than I wanted to pay.
Here's the first card from the first pack.
This is a case where the scan looks better than the actual card. The surface has that rainbow refractive thing going on but it's hard to see unless you hold the card just right. My scanner often produces the blue-green background from cards like that. The design is OK although it reminds me of some old Upper Deck brand that I can't quite remember.
There are only 100 cards in the set and the players selected, skew to the younger set, including rookies.
There is also the Top Prospects 100-card set featuring players who
haven't quite made it to the majors. I actually like the design better
than the base set.
The base and Top Prospects cards have the usual selection of parallel cards (Ice, Purple, Green, Orange, Red, and Black). I pulled one purple, Top Prospect numbered to 250, which happened to be a Philly I never heard of.
There are also a 30-card Next Generation and a 30-card Next Generation Prospects insert sets, with a front design borrowed from Topps Bunt.
I pulled one of the 30-card Presence insert set.