Picked up one of those 2013 Topps Heritage 3 Packs yesterday to see what the parallels look like. Topps has been doing this for a few years now, As far back as 2011 at least. The 3-Packs run $9.49 or $10.06 when you factor in PA Sales Tax. That is a savings of 50 cents over picking up 3 loose packs plus you get the 3 bonus cards.
2013 Topps Heritage Black #479 Ian Kinsler
2013 Topps Heritage Black #350 Matt Cain
2013 Topps Heritage Black #477 Yadier Molina
The black border treatment for 2013 is much better then 2012 Heritage, where only the top 2/3 of the card could be black bordered. It just looked awkward. The Black Border 2013 Topps Heritage do echo 1971 Topps.
Either I got a bit lucky with my bonus pack or the SPs are not an issue for the black borders, because both Kinsler and Molina are both among the High Numbered shorts.
2013 Topps Heritage Memorable Moments - Teddy Wins First Presidential Races
2013 Topps Heritage Refracter #HC61 Yoennis Cespedes (#d/564)
The Teddy card is up for card of the year for me, and I am happy to pack draw him. Not sure that 2012 memorable moments really belong in Heritage. The Cespedes is a Refractor Parallel. My other insert was the Then/Now of Whitey Ford/Felix Hernandez. The Stat was shutouts - although in 1964 Whitey Ford did not lead the league in shutouts - that honor went to Dean Chance.
The 24 base cards yielded a grand total of ZERO Phillies cards so team Phungo is still seeking our first 2013 Topps Heritage Phillies card. The other thing we noted is some of the caps look huge when they spill over the border. This to me is the defining characteristic for 1964 Topps. It's a set I didn't love at first put the beyond the border does help the headshot pop a little. Since profile pix are the norm across Heritage it is a design element that works for the retro set.