Not your fault Flytire, but the seller should not show half a Cree neck as part of a Whiting hackle starter pack.
Look at the color separation of the white vs the black on the Cree vs the Grizzly half neck in the illustration. The Grizzly is a very poor neck with a washed out black color and the Cree, besides being a Cree, the neck has deeper colored black striping. Not only is the Cree is better than hackle pack quality AND I would bet that a Cree neck is never part of a hackle pack.
Here are two actual hackle packs from the same seller showing the hackle quality.
The top pack has a furnace neck (note the dark black stripe at the center of the hackle) and NOT a pure coachman brown neck that is what is needed for an Adams. The second pack has a coachman brown neck AND a black neck that is more useful than the pale cream neck in the upper pack.
The point is that one should examine necks in these packs. I think it is even more important since this is where seller can get rid of their "garbage" necks and saddles that they cannot even sell as the pro grade.