If you're not familiar with Graded Greats (@GradedGreats on Twitter), they are self-described on their website as: "As Sports Card Enthusiasts our team has searched the country for a better way to bring the thrill of opening vintage cards and adding great graded cards to the process." I remember seeing their posts during the Series 1 release, and began to see information about their Series 2 release when I did the RT contest to win a box. Being a fan of graded cards (mostly BVG/BGS), I took a keen interest but also was a bit hesitant as they are not your typical brand name (i.e. Topps, Panini, Leaf, etc.). Winning this contest gave me a great opportunity to test out the product for myself and get more comfortable with the release.
Series 2 promised ONE graded rookie card of a HOF'er, plus 2 additional graded vintage cards and 1 vintage pack. Here is the outcome of my box:
1st pack: '87D pack, '89B pack and an '84F pack (pretty cool RC classes: Mattingly, Strawberry, Griffey Jr., Maddux, Bo Jackson, etc.)
2nd pack: '89B pack, '87F pack and a '65T Mantle's Clutch HR card (my 1st vintage Mickey Mantle card - EVER!)
3rd pack: PSA 10 '88F Glossy Eddie Murray (sending this out to my buddy Matt on Twitter, @mattduck21 - HUGE Eddie Murray fan)
4th pack: PSA 9 '85OPC Rod Carew
5th pack: BVG 6 '74T Joe Morgan
6th pack: BVG 6.5 '78T Eddie Murray RC (also sending out to Matt, he'll give it a good home)
All in all, their normal retail price is $59 per box and I'd say I definitely got the value from it. This is an AWESOME product if you're a graded card collector (key word = collector). This is not a BIG, MOJO hit repack product like that company that was around a year or two ago and we haven't heard from since (:: cough, Heroes of Sports, cough ::). This product seems built for collectors by collectors.
I may give their product a try in the near future - the framework of their Series 3 release seems cool, as there is a 1:10 box chance at some pretty cool vintage cards that are currently at PSA for grading. This is a great step forward in being more transparent about what hits / cards can be found in their product - which I think is always the biggest concern with repack companies. Personally, I feel like the more you know about what may be IN your box, the more likely you are to buy.
Here's the link to Graded Greats if you have an interest: http://www.gradedgreats.com