Their two-per-day multivitamin. It's quite inexpensive and LEF makes good quality stuff so I think it's a reasonable option for someone looking for a budget-friendly multi.
The mix definitely has more goodies, but just as a personal preference, and particularly when considering the COST, I find myself gravitating towards "super foods" (eg, Biotest's Superfood) that contains WHOLE fruits, veggies, herbs, etc. rather than a mix of isolated nutrients. While you might not get as great an amount of a particular nutrient on a mg-for-mg basis, whole plants provide an array of other stuff that we either need or don't yet know we need, so I like to make sure I can get those.
Compared to super foods, the mix costs quite a bit more than most any super food powder on the market... so I like to buy a super food powder for the more "exotic"/uncommon nutrients and take a multi just to make sure I cover all the main areas.