I think that's a reasonable sign at how Fanatics is looking at all of this - a hardish pivot towards the higher end buyer. At least six of the products represented a bit of an entry level for some form of colllector. Gallery and Fire were retail focused product (at the very least Fire sold way faster than most other options at my Target), Opening Day was the cheapest and most kid-friendly product they had, and Gold Label and Clearly Authentic represented the cheaper options for guaranteeing an autographed card in the hobby realm. First Edition and Chrome X are the main exceptions to this though maybe that's just trimming. But five unique sets going that served as that entry level tells me Fanatics is probably going to continue reducing the emphasis or importance of retail product. Also of note is that at least four of those aren't great breaking product, which also suggests a bit of a push that way, and Clearly Authentic is tough in that realm too.
I feel like we're going to get some major overhaul of retail as part of this between Topps Odds and this product reduction. I've always found it a bit weird that Topps put products like Heritage, Archives, and A&G at retail over other things, so maybe that will be a change.