As a note, the Kickstarter supplied Mayfair 45x68mm sleeves, which fit the small cards very nicely.
OK, I'm not going to worry about it. Five of the colors are close enough to play with. The dark brown replacement cards (which that don't match anything at all) will go in with the bright orange cards. Weird as it sounds, that deliberate contrast will always remind me that those go together. Or else I will put pieces of paper marked "player 6" inside their sleeves.
So, this is my general feedback for the graphics portion of the game. Hire a different Graphic Designer for your next game. The whole package is too dark and low contrast. Dark brown, dark blue, and black on similarly dark backgrounds, with teeny tiny white text. These murky muted color schemes are not working for me. Player colors need to be easily distinguished. And maybe if you moved a little closer to the primary and secondary colors, instead of these vague looking semi-colors, your supplier might have better success duplicating them? (Disclaimer: I am not a graphic artist nor do I play one on TV.)
And the ugly dark brown background has returned in the v1.5 rulebook. Why? At least for the v1.0 reprint you had lightened it up a bit, which helped. But now V1.5 is back to almost as dark as before.
This is just my 2 cents, take it for what its worth. Other players may completely disagree. And I'm sure I will continue to back future chapters of the Centauri Saga, even knowing they will continue the same color scheme.
1. The bottom row of cards in my picture are the original stacks of player cards. The cards arranged above them are the new replacements.
2. Left-most stack is green. The replacements are a slightly darker green, but are still close enough to use.
3. I would describe the next two stacks as brighter orange and darker orange. There is one set of replacement cards that is sort of between them, but closer in color to the darker orange. There are no new cards to match the bright orange at all.
4. Next in line is the dirty yellow set. The replacement set is slightly darker, but still close enough to use.
5. Next in line is a really dark brown. The replacement set is a slightly different shade of brown, but still close enough to use.
6. Next in line is dark blue-black. Once again, the replacements are slightly darker.
7. Above all these is one set of replacements that are a completely different color. Maybe a very dark grey-brown. This does not match any of the player decks.
Let me know if this picture is unclear, but my cell phone is the only camera I have at the moment.