Box #2 that I purchased from my favorite dealer was 2014 Stadium Club. When this product debuted I was not happy with the concept and even less happy with the price. Obviously I wasn't alone because the price of boxes plummeted quickly. I got this one for $55. Each box contains three mini-boxes which each contain six packs of five cards. You are guaranteed one on-card autograph per mini-box.
This one looks like it belongs in Topps Chrome.
Gold parallel #11/50
Rainbow Parallel #49/50
As is the historical hallmark of Stadium Club, the photography was superb with some really cool shots that aren't what Topps normally uses for cards. Auto content wise, maybe there are some good boxes out there but I did not get one of them.
I feel like this product really isn't appropriate as a hobby only, mid level release. It would have been better served to be a slight step above Topps flagship with hobby boxes receiving a similar pack-out, and one hit per box as well as a similar price. It also should have gotten a retail release. I can hope that Topps will learn a lesson from the drastic, quick drop in price that happened. They weren't the ones that took the financial hit from said drop, that went to the distributors and more so the dealers. Collectors like me that waited to grab a box definitely benefited though. If Topps doesn't change their approach to this set next year I imagine they'll see a huge drop in pre-orders meaning it will be a much more short printed release. In conclusion I think $55 for this box was a good price. That's what it should debut at next year. But I'm sure it will still be in the $80-100 range.