Perhaps I'd be interested if Logan Morrison were in it but since he's not, I prefer Bowman and EEE over Razor.Originally Posted by KandKCards
Im not looking to pick up any Razor autos.. mabey Yonder Alonso, thats about it. I just dont care for much outside of Bowman and Donruss (a little)...
I think Razor is going to be a great product down the road. I believe it will be accepted into the hobby world and can be compared to products such as '04 SP and '04 elite. A real sleeper product until the prospects start busting out. I'm kind of confused why people are busting and listing. This is one of those products you load up on and sell as players breakout.
To answer the OP's question. I'm not concerned in the least with the product. Nothing negative, I simply just don't care.
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I loved 2004 UD SP prospect autos
this product has the same feel.
I'm not really interested, but it's nothing against Razor. I'm not a prospector so their product isn't my thing.
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I am, but I am also sick of the piling on that happens as soon as someone doesn't post how its better than air.
This is a figment of your imagination. Negative stuff that is valid gets posted all the time, and gets agreed with.
What is stealth about them having their logo at the top of the forum? They pay good money for that. Think back to the days before this forum existed, back on the BMB I was a big razor supporter and I hadn't even thought of having a message board. JP has been a supporter since before this board too. I think what they are doing is a good thing for the hobby overall, (hell just look at the better bowman draft product we got this year because of them) and i hope they stick around for a long while.
And Sam, I am not surprised you are not interested. It is a prospect product, you aren't supposed to be interested.
I like Razor, I liked Threads and I liked Bowman. EEE did nothing for me.
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Originally Posted by cgilmo
I want some STARZ babay!!!
I do. I don't care for anything that's prospect based. I'm not saying anything bad about Razor. I just don't care about it. Was wondering if there were others out there around here.Originally Posted by cgilmo
2008 Razor Signature Series baseball is not a product for 2008... it is made in 2008, but it's not really meant for anything but holding onto or stockpiling (prospecting). All these exclusives are not playing baseball right now, but trust me, when just ONE of them starts tearing it up and has only ONE possible 2008 auto, and it's ONLY in Razor Signature Series... what do you think people will be searching for and spending their money on??? Bowman Chrome Draft cards of DIFFERENT players? I don't THINK so...
I am not really interested in Razor either, but it isn't the product for me. I think what they are doing is good for the hobby in the sense that it is shaking up some of the established companies. I just don't get how people can hate on them so much. Just don't buy the product. I think people are mad because Razor has exclusive people they want to collect. When they should be mad at Topps for not looking out for their own products. Topps seems to have gotten lazy because no one could touch them and now Razor swooped in and signed a lot of hot players.
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Originally Posted by studioclint
You make some great points.
i am not interested in razor but i hope they do well. competition will make topps and upper deck return some missing quality to their products. with that out of the way i believe the exclusives make the mlbpa rookie logo valid and hurt the hobby as a whole. of course since i sold my prospect stuff i have been a man wandering through this hobby spending my time in .25 boxes looking for 90's inserts (thanks joe )
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