According to the blog, each 10-pack box will have five serial numbered inserts and parallels, including two Letterman cards, two memorabilia cards and one auto.
Each 12-box case will include two Lettermen autograph cards numbered to 99 or less and one Upper Deck 20th Anniversary memorabilia card.
The standard set will include 100 regular cards, 30 rookie cards numbered to 999 and 30 autographed rookies numbered to 600 or less.
Also included will be Celebrity Lettermen and Immortal Lettermen SignaturesSigned Lettermen patch cards from active and retired stars.
One of the preview pictures released was a David Price auto to get all the prosepcting, Tampa Bay and rookie collectors excited.
What do guys think of the design? There are pictures available on the Beckett site that I linked at the top. It's a very basic design and doesn't add anything that I haven't seen before.
Granted, that's difficult these days with baseball cards because so many designs have been used, but I've just been looking for that wow factor when it comes to new sets.
If I'm rating my wow factor from one to five, I'm going with a 2. I don't hate the cards, but i don't see myself looking for anything out of this more than a Jeter card. Also, if the set is called Icons, why is there an auto of David Price? I wouldn't put him at that level.
Here are a few more pics: