I can wholeheartedly agree with Helios. I really like the cards and Panini put a lot of effort into the design (even if that's always a matter of taste, of course). In addition, with 6 cards for 1 € it has a top price-performance ratio, since each pack also contains at least 2 or often even 3 special cards. Something that you have looked for in vain in the almost twice as expensive Road to Qatar collection. It's definitely fun to collect the cards!
The only thing I personally don't like is the sorting in the binder, where Panini sometimes uses sorting by position and which just doesn't make sense to me (except that you don't have to consider the same number of cards for each team) .
Certainly one can critically question the meaning of the collection, in addition to the FIFA 365. Especially since FIFA 365 is also getting an update collection and Panini will probably completely forgo the FIFA 365 release in Germany (and other countries) this season. Top class would not have been necessary if Panini had placed its full trust in FIFA 365, which they apparently no longer have (or there are other reasons that we do not know). The fantastic design could easily have been saved for the FIFA 365 2023 collection or rather used for the Road to Qatar cards, which were rather a disappointment in that respect.
The Platinum Cards were just a fitting one-level upgrade for those who don't know where to put their money and who sense big business. Normally they wouldn't have bought Adrenalyn XL Cards, but Panini was able to cheer them on 3 boxes, which was a great deal for Panini. All normal Adrenalyn XL collectors who collect traditionally and just want to complete their collection should simply ignore them.
I find it rather regrettable that the Limited Edition Cards have been completely banned from the products (such as multipacks and blister packs) and that they are only available for orders in the online shop. Thus, these products have been completely devalued and actually no longer need to be offered.