I don't have a lot of time to post right now so instead, I'll pick out some of the posts on other blogs about A&G that caught my eye.
The first pack I actually saw ripped was on A Pack to be Named Later. Not a bad pack either.
Now this is how a gimmick card is supposed to be done. Fun and silly, and doesn't screw up the set at all.
Card Cache (who I need to link when I get a minute) shows off another neat gimmick plus a few of the interesting A&G inserts that have popped up so far.
JD's Wild Cardz is trying to get together images of all the Ginter Code Parallel cards so there's a chance someone can actually solve the thing.
There's a strange illness going around, a few people have been stricken.
Beckett has a gallery of some of the tougher autographs from the set.
And finally, Gint-a-Cuffs is under way!