I think that year I attempted Heritage, GQ, Donruss and Prizm. Heritage and GQ are a huge money crunch and I vowed never to do them again. I finished them more out of spite than enjoyment. Those two are pretty much the whole reason I stopped looking to complete sets. The sp's were maddening.
Donruss and Prizm were ugly sets, but really fun boxes to open for the price. Right around the time of the National Card Show, Dave and Adams put Donruss on sale for an astronomically low price. I think I bought half a case. At that time I got the bright idea that I would complete the 2014 Donruss Signatures set. I pulled half the set myself and noticed that the remaining players were manageable. The set didn't have the likes of Trout and Harper and the older players were fun gets like Dave Parker and Don Baylor. A few redemptions existed, but they were filled in record time. Overall the set has 50 autos.
I had thought this Machado would be the hardest to find. He was the biggest name on the list and carried the most value. Fortunately, it was easy and relatively affordable as Machado suffered an injury and his card prices came down. The big issue turned out to be that some of these autos were unannounced short prints. SHIT!
As far as I know the Glaus, Castellanos. Flores and Laroche are all super short prints. I was able to nab the Glaus, but have never seen the Castellanos or Laroche hit the open mark. I know the Castellanos exists, but have never seen the Laroche. Who knows if I'll ever find them.
Here is the checklist.