So, I reviewed the Standard Edition Luminosity deck first. Which is why I put a x2 after the Review Title. Starting with the tuck case, the dark blue background with thicker embossing of a gold lettering and symbols than the standard edition is much more attractive in my eyes. The patterning is still there but very muted so that the large symbol on the front dominates. Overall it is much more elegant looking than the standard edition. I prefer the cards to be nicer than or on par with the tuck case anyhow, and that is certainly the case here where the cards are equal partners. The back design is the same as the standard edition, but the complex pattern is in blue and silver which somehow reminds me of the Detroit Lions (this is a good thing in my book - great color scheme). The thick, darker blue lines do an even better job than for the standard edition's color scheme in making the cards look simpler than they are. Everything on the faces is custom, from the font to the drops from the suit and value in the corners, to the pips and courts. The faces are subtly different from the standard edition. Spades and clubs are in gold rather than black. My major complaint from the standard edition, a pattern that interfered with the value of the cards, are completely gone here and it makes the faces much cleaner looking. The fonts are different as well. The suit symbols below the value are a touch small as well, especially for older eyes like mine. The aces and courts are simply beautiful and anything I wrote about them wouldn't do them justices unless I used the necessary 1000 words per picture. They handle as expected for a card deck printed by the USPCC. While I wished for a 4.5 rating for the standard edition, I have no qualms about giving these a full 5 out of 5.