My daughter has a set of the blue Vista binders. There are spaces for varieties but there are some odd choices.
Not all of the minor varieties are represented... There are a few slots for the various 1859 cent coins but only one slot for 1858. More frustratingly, there is a slot for the "never" variety of 1936 dot. I say never because it is extremely rare... Last trends I saw was this coin went for almost a quarter million US on Heritage
. If you were lucky enough to have one of these varieties in your possession, I would hazard a guess that a standard Vista binder would be the last place it would live, even in a low grade.
On the good side, this is a loose leaf binder and you can add sheets to it, or even purchase additional binders. Lighthouse sell undated pages with slots for either large or small cents. While the undated sheets will be unlabeled, you can use them for any date/variety you choose and add your own labels. The Kaskade albums are presized with the pages bound into the binder without the ability to add or remove pages.
It is slightly more elegant than the 2x2 flips but maybe that is only me as my writing is atrocious and legible only on a good day, even to me.