At this point I think we've made it pretty clear that we like the Adam Bombs. Artwork and community aside, I want to address what happened with the project today as it signals a potential growing shift in NFT project releases generally.
Historically, when projects conduct their "reveal," the metadata (all the info about the properties and different rarities of each trait) is released simultaneously. The Hundreds team opted to withhold the metadata for a few weeks following the reveal. What began as an apparent withholding out of necessity turned into a conscious decision, encouraging collectors to buy and sell Adam Bombs based on personal preference, rather than sweating rarities. Of course, there were plenty of arm chair analysts who went deep in the data; we got a decent idea of which bombs were obscenely rare or frighteningly ubiquitous, but for the most part, people were left to base their purchases off of vibes alone.
Now that the metadata is out (although it's taking a while to fully refresh on OpenSea), that era is over. Trading traffic for the project has remained pretty solid since the initial mint, so we'll have to wait and see what happens following the announcement.