These days, you could probably still find a complete set for something like $5-10, though. Enjoy?
DK-25 - Tony Phillips Diamond King (Right off the bat, here's a really nice looking Diamond King insert. Unfortunately, the rest of the pack will probably have a hard time living up to these standards.)
716 - Checklist (I wonder if there are any player collectors who actually feel the need to collect checklists that bear their favorite player's name.)
708 - Bobby Thigpen (A season after his legendary 57 save performance, Thigpen nearly doubled his ERA and saved just over half as many games. It wasn't quite a Lidgeian performance, but it was still quite a regression.)
616 - Alejandro Pena / Kent Mercker / Mark Wohlers Highlights (This photo would probably make a good caption contest. Oh, yeah, and Mercker's last name is spelled wrong.)
731 - John Wehner (I'm quite certain no one ever intentionally mispronounced and subsequently made fun of Mr. Wehner in his life.)
677 - Joe Carter Highlights (Donruss Highlights began as its own small boxed set in 1985 before eventually becoming a subset of the main base product. Joe Carter would go on to have a much bigger highlight in his Blue Jay career than simply being pictured on a card that talks about his team's impressive attendance.)