Variants are fun to chase even if you're grabbing them 10 years after the fact. 2005 Bowman Heritage saw Andrew McCutchen get two versions of his card, one running in the field and another with a bat on his shoulder. I've had the regular (fielding) version for well over half a decade. I can proudly saw the bat on shoulder is now in my possession.
I don't necessarily trust this grading company, but for a slabbed copy selling for less than an unslabbed copy I just couldn't pass it up.
And because of that, it marks card #77 in my Quest for 100 new Cutch cards added to the collection in 2015.