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I did wonder if the sets were a good idea from Lego's point of view, we know minifigures really help sell sets and getting figures easily might mean people dont buy as many other sets with the same figures in. But saying this we now have the big people packs so who knows what Lego were thinking.
We also dont have a "you wouldn't see that in a city" subtheme this year, yes we have space but in the past that has gone along side another line.
2015 Deep Sea
But Lego seems to be changing up and few of there main lines this year.
Junior has become 4+ and moved from being its own theme to becoming part of existing themes.
Star Wars has 4+ sets when it didn't have Junior sets before and have added the Action Battle sets which could also be aimed a little younger than normal sets.
For Super Heroes Mighty Micros have gone and we have Spiderman and Batman sets rather than marvel and dc sets.
I have used some of these changes as a good point to try and collect a little less.
I just want to say... it's a pleasure to find another person who geeks out with spreadsheets on such things! This is totally me too for a wide variety of interests. I've only built spreadsheets for a couple of very specific LEGO related subject though myself.
I glanced through what you had, and it's quite an accomplishment of data organization!
(edit - looking at it again it might be one of the new blister packs style sets)