The Nineties provided some interesting insert sets. I remember how cool I thought the acetone Collector's Edge cards were when I was a kid, but Bobby Hebert is the first I've owned. I also loved the Ultra Stars and anything Fleer Metal at the time, both modeled by Marshall Faulk here.
Early 2000s inserts were a cool find. Since I bought no cards during this period, there are still many sets I've never seen before. Not only were the cards themselves pretty cool, there are some pretty good names here. Most of these guys aren't NFL legends, but they were higher-tier players in their time.
More late 90s/early 2000s inserts. Marshall Faulk made quite a few appearances in the package.
There were some nice rookies in there. The Playoff rookies on the bottom row aren't the greatest (or even good) players, but those are some cool transparent cards.
There were two special occasion promos, from 2004 National Trading Card Day and the 1991 National Sports Collectible Convention. Oh look, there's Marshall Faulk again.
I took a chance on some lots, and though I couldn't fit it all in my collection, I did get some pretty good cards for about six cents a pop. I really don't feel there was any filler junk in any of the lots. So, if you're browsing around auctions on Sportlots, and you see a lot from AAAVINTA, I can vouch that it will be filled with some pretty good cards.