There you go. That's all of it.
If I lived in the US, I'd probably buy a hanger pack or a blaster or something, but in Japan, Heritage tends to run around $6 per hobby pack. For $6, I can wait a few months and buy between six and twelve cards on COMC for my type collection.
I'm a set collector, but Heritage just quite isn't my cup of tea. I mean, I get it: a classic design with modern players. Throwbacks to the quirks of the original release. A challenging short-print set for those with deeper pockets and super-short printed variations for those with even deeper pockets. One or two throwback insert sets plus a series of Heritage mainstays.
I get the News Flashbacks set each year and my type collection singles and call it a day. I do enough throwback sets each year (Gypsy Queen and Allen & Ginter), and while I haven't gotten around to the 1960s (1973 is the earliest set I've finished), I do collect the original Topps sets. I would probably think differently if they used the old design without deliberately lowering the printing quality. I don't want Stadium Club-level quality, but it feels photoshopped. Or Instagram-filtered. So as cool as it is to see the old designs become accessible, I don't have a connection to the old cards (I wasn't born until 1978, and I didn't start collecting until 1989 - I'm a late bloomer) so there's nothing that appealing. I'm not knocking those of you who do collect Heritage. It's just not my cup of tea.
So enjoy your Topps Heritage. I'll get mine eventually. And I'll have a cup of tea while I wait.