20 packs per box, eight cards per pack.
Base Set: 100 of 100
20 Die-Cuts (one-per-pack)
10 UDxponential (90 cards): B. Phillips, C. B. Young, C. Guillen, H. Matsui, Ichiro, J. Kent, J. Varitek, ManRam, P. Konerko, Pronk Hafner
7 UDxponential2 (75 cards) : B. Roberts, C. Jones, D. Lee, J. Papelbon, M. Holliday, P. Fielder, T. Tulowitzki
2 UDxponential3 (25 cards) : Big Papi, J-Roll
1 UDxponential4 (10 cards): A. Soriano
* Odds of finding any UDxponential are one-per-pack
5 Yankee Tedium Lunacy (1:4): #5959 & 5977 (D. Jeter), #6484 (R. Johnson), #6509 (M. Rivera), #6534 (J. Posada)
2 UDX Signatures (30 cards, 1:10): E. Meek, J. Newman
The Bottom Line
I've now busted a full Hobby box of this stuff, and I still don't understand what Upper Deck was going for with UDX.
Just about every one of the one-per-pack die-cuts has either A) A huge roller mark running the length of the card, or B) Is not properly die-cut.
I had no idea who the two AU were until I looked them both up on baseball-reference.com. Both Evan Meek and Josh Newman are 25-year-old rookie middle-inning relievers.
Box Rating: 2 1/2 Gumsticks (out of five)
Product Rating: 1 Gumstick
I hope Upper Deck comes to its senses and brings back Fleer Ultra for 2009. (And by that I mean "Fleer Ultra" and not "Ultra SE.")