here are some my views on what we did and what we could do. I know some of it maybe wishy/washy butn then I tend to be kind of like Charlie Brown at times.
I agree about Archives a great product. I'm all for any of the products that have good autos, preferably on-card. That is what makes those Archives Fan Favorites Autos great.
The SP Signatures UGH Not worth the cardboard its printed on. I think it is because Upper Deck doesn't have any baseball licensing permission from MLB. That is why no team names just city. I vote not to do it again... possibly never again.
Limited is OK but if done too often it starts to get boring since it is a higher end product with few cards per box. They are usually super sweet cards. It is a good product to have as a fall-back if other products can't be thought of and if the budget allows.
Not sure if products like Tier One or A&G are within the group budget. But they are great products.
Topps Heritage is also a fun product, depends on the year since they are basically reusing old designs with the modern players.