Yes, I know 1989 Topps football was horrible. Overproduced and an uninspired design. It's all true. But, my childhood is tied to this set so I have a special attachment to it. Some time ago, I decided to put together a 1989 Topps Master Set. It was actually more complicated that one would think. Here is what I came up with: 1989 Topps Base Set (396 Cards) 1989 Topps 1000 Yard Club Insert Set (24 Cards) 1989 Topps Box Bottoms (16 Cards)* 1989 Topps Traded Base Set (132 Cards) 1989 Topps American/UK Set (33 Cards)* I have it all completed. Not surprisingly, the Box Bottoms and the American/UK set proved to be a little challenging (the rest was very easy). I have them all in a binder...with one exception. I don't have the American/UK set in the binder. I picked up a complete unopened (still sealed) set a while back pretty cheap. I have seen some people asking upwards of $25 for some of the individual cards in the set. I picked up the unopened set for about $19 a year ago. It's a great example, the little retail punch tab is still intact where it would have been hung at a store. I'm really hesitant to open it because it's so pristine...but I'm also not enjoying at as is. So here's the question. Do I open it...or do I search for another set?