Sportflics may very well be the first high end set available and it made its debut in 1986. As far s I can remember, neither hobby shop in town carried this set. The only place in town to get them was the discount grocery store Food Bananza. Lucky for me my parents were cheap skates who loved a bargain. I can remember these selling for more than a buck pack. When most guys were giving you 15 cards for 35 cents, these guys gave you 3 cards for more than a buck. Then again most guys gave you a flat piece of cardboard with a picture on it. These guys gave us motion cards with three pictures in rippled beauty! On the advice of my daughter I recently won a box of these on Ebay for a little less than $15. She was entranced with my only lonely survivor in my collection. I always thought that they were pretty damn cool myself so there wasn’t much convincing needed. The box was 36 packs with 3 cards each. Out of these packs I pulled 12 count ’em 12 Tony Gwynns, 11 Ernest Riles, and 11 Mike Moores. 34 cards out of 108 were of the same three people. I also have 6 or 7 of a few other players. Gwynn books for $1 so I guess I should be happy? I was hoping to pull a couple of the Sandbergs or a Canseco, or maybe even the ever elusive Robin Yount error. No such luck! Since these cards are extra sturdy I let the kids help me open them. By the end of it all my daughter was able to recognize Tony Gwynn and Ernie Riles. The fun we had opening these was worth way more than the cards, and really that’s the way it should be!!!