I love AmiAmi. I paid for this set last Friday and the post office attempted to deliver it on Monday. I wasn't able to drop by the post office and pick it up until today. So five days from paying for it to in my hands. Not bad at all.
Anyway, on the the set. The 2010 BBM Tokyo Big 6 Autumn Version set is a 37 card box set containing 30 "regular" cards for players from the six universities (five per team), 6 team cards and one insert card.
The cards look pretty much similar to the other Tokyo Big 6 sets - full bleed photos with name, position and team name all at the bottom of the card. Deanna commented the other day that she wasn't real impressed with the photography in the set, but I don't see a marked drop off in the photo quality from the other sets, with the possible exception of this card of Kenya Okabe (#19):
That may be one of the most unflattering pictures I've ever seen on a baseball card. It looks like he's got a pillow under his jersey.
(I do agree with Deanna that her pictures are better.)
Here's a couple other cards from the set. I think this card of Kanji Kawai (#29) is pretty amazing - the ball looks like it's just sitting on the bat. And (according to Deanna) the guy coming up behind Daisuke Takeuchi (#01) is
There's a 10 card insert set - you get one card from it in the box. I find the theme of the insert set kind of odd - it's something like "Spring Player Awards" but nine of the ten cards are the Best 9 winners from the spring and the other is Kazuki Mishima, the Spring ERA leader. And I only know that because that's the one I got (#SP10):
Nine of the ten players in the insert set appear in the regular set - the only one who doesn't is Takayuki Matsuo of Keio (who hasn't been in a Big 6 set since the first Spring one in 2008).
UPDATE - Deanna's got a post up about the set now too. It is really cool that she's got the Kawai picture from the opposite side. I'm trying to figure out who took the BBM picture - probably the guy on the left.