I don't believe it is poseable at all. The light-up chest panel and lightsaber is something totally new for Sideshow. I believe Amoktime.com still has them. "Profiteer" is a - personal thing. It's how I'm able to buy 12 of these.
Did anyone experience a glitch in the Jedi library? When the Jedi started to show up and fight, their lightsabers were 10 times the normal size. Compared to the Jedi, the lightsabers were 25 feet long and a foot around. My son asked me why they looked so weird, so I told him that they were "training" sabers. My opinion of the game is 4/10. Good graphics and music, too much talk. They kept repeating the same corny phrase over and over. Decent multiplayer mode. Overall too short and boring. Jedi Academy and KOTOR blew it away. My recommendation - rent before you buy.
The Sideshow Darth Vader and General Grievous will be the finest statues ever to be made. I've been collecting their Lord of the Rings statues for a long time. When they announced a Star Wars licensing, I decided to buy a few. I probably won't keep all of them. But I don't have plans to sell them either. Hey, one for every room. Although the thought of taking a dump with Vader or Grievous staring at me is a little scary.
Sideshow did the same thing with the Darth Vader 1:4 scale statue. They sold the Darth Vader Exclusive edition of 2000 (with mouse droid). They also had a regular edition (without mouse droid) of 2500. These were sold to retail stores/sites like Entertainment Earth... That's a total of 4500 Darth Vaders and probably why they are still available at some stores. Sideshow didn't sell the regular edition on their site, that's why most people don't know about it. They are already being sold on Ehey, so make sure you ask if it's the Exclusive. I've seen the regular edition being sold with a picture of the mouse droid. I ordered 1 Darth Vader Exclusive and 6 Darth Vader regulars, 1 General Grievous Exclusive and 4 General Grievous regulars. All for my own collection.