I did find a 1991 Leaf Studio box that was nearly empty and I purchased the remaining packs. The owner seemed happy to rid himself of some "junk wax" rather than packing it and unpacking it. I also picked up a pack 2012 Topps Update, with the hopes of scoring a Josh Vitters or Brett Jackson rookie card.
Two dollars will buy you 4 packs of '91 Studio, which contain 10 cards and 1 puzzle piece of a Rod Carew puzzle per pack. Here's the ones that were worth my time to upload:
The two best pulls of the packs in my opinion: Hall-of-Famers Andre Dawson and Nolan Ryan!
Two dollars will buy one pack of '12 Topps Update and here's all ten cards.
Two bearded men: Lance Lynn and Andrew Cashner. I was happy to get both cards. The Lynn will be shipped to my cousin in St. Louis with his Halloween package and Cashner was the Padres' prize for giving up Anthony Rizzo. Um, thank you San Diego!
So, this begs the question: If you had two bucks to spend, would you want the joy of ripping four packs of a two decade old product that will yield forty cards OR the 2012 product that nets you eight base cards and two inserts of today's players on higher grade cardstock?
My decision has already been made, but what do you think? Feel free to voice your opinion in the comments, but also please take the time to vote in the poll in the right margin!