Urban Decay Naked Reloaded is a permanent eye palette that retails for $49.00 and contains 0.492 oz.
Urban Decay Naked Reloaded Eyeshadow Palette ($44.00 for 0.492 oz.) is the newest in the Naked series. It's intended as a replacement of the original Naked palette, which was discontinued a couple of months ago. It's less of a one-for-one replacement and just another take on neutral shades. It's a very warm-toned palette with a mix of yellow, pink/red, and orange undertones running through it.
There were two more glittery shades--Angel Fire and Dreamweaver--which were less impressive without an adhesive base or spray to help them along (for pigmentation, application, and longevity). The formula on the palette feels more like Naked Heat and Naked Cherry, which is a bit drier and/or thinner, so they tend to perform noticeably better with primer than alone.
Also, the packaging seems more like a cardboard-like palette that has a fabric covering, but definitely felt less robust than Naked Heat/Naked Cherry (which are plastic) and also doesn't have a brush; it is $5 cheaper than Naked Cherry. The fabric may get dirty over time and could be hard to clean (hard to say without longer, more regular use!).
P.S. -- You can compare this palette to Anastasia Sultry here. Sultry has a few, fairly distinctive shades (Cyborg, Slate, Rose Quartz, Ember, Twig) that end up giving a different look overall, but they have some overlap so if you tend to go warmer anyway (Teak, Dystopian, Birch, Cinder, Steampunk), then your looks may end up looking more similar regardless of the palette. Sultry is going to have more contrast and depth as well.