The first extra bit of Fleer comes in the inserts/parallels..
I hadn't seen the 1989 Fleer Glossy parallels before getting into these repacks and now have 5-6 of them. I do like the blue colouring on the backs better than the yellow - easier to see (which is why I scanned the back of one instead to show).
This also has my first 1994 Stadium Club parallel; which appears to be a golden rainbow or similarly named one. I really like this actually a lot better than the base which uses a maroon like colour around the last name on the front.
Not to fear though, still a lot of Topps cards from base sets, though at least this also included a 1990 Topps base card which spells the team name Rapids on the back Rap1ds - never corrected either.
The rest of the keepers...
As you can see - plenty of Fleer that I didn't have before - all late 80s. Had not seen the Browning perfect game base card when looking through the checklist. Always like base cards with important highlights like this.
A good example of checklists done right with the 1994 Donruss card. Being able to multitask - being a checklist, but also highlighting 2,000 hits for Cal Ripken Jr.
There's a set we don't see very often - 1996 Circa. I think I may have seen one other card in the last few years. One of the highlights of the pack has to be the A&G Doerr though.
1991 Classics minor league card which I hadn't seen before. Here we have Leon Roberts. Not a horrible design, reminds me very much of the Nolan Ryan Express set design from the early 90s.