I think it has to do with how I have been posting basically just post team set photos, and I know no one has any particular desire to see all the Ranger cards from the 1992 Donruss set. Being new to blogging, you will have to forgive me. :)
Also getting back into the cards after a loooooong time, I am still trying to decide exactly how I want to store/display my cards. Up till now, I have been focusing on Donruss, and have gathered from '81 up till '94 with about 40 or 50 holes. I have them put into pages and in a binder starting from '81 and working forward. But I think I will be switching to a system based on years instead of manufacturer. Meaning all Rangers cards from '72 followed by all from '73 and so forth as opposed to a binder for Donruss, a binder for Topps, et al. I doubt it would take very long for me to screw that up by forgetting that such and such brand is a Topps brand for example.
In anticipation of doing it using a yearly system, I went ahead and placed a few orders for the majority of the '72 thru '82 of the big 3 to get me started.
And of course I plan on keeping up with my player collections which currently are Chris James, and anyone in the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame, of which I have begun my Charlie Hough and Toby Harrah collections. I know, I know, you are thinking "Chris James, why would anyone give a s**t about Chris James?". He was the first to pop into mind when I restarted collecting because when I was a kid and collecting cards, we both lived in Alto, TX. Our mothers were friends, with his mother volunteering for my mother who was an activities director at a nursing home. I am about 60 cards into that particular collection.
But that's enough for now, drop me a comment on how you prefer to store/display your collections, I would love to hear your ideas!