I went through my figures finally.
C-3PO... Wish the gold were a little more vibrant, but the figure is still surprisingly interesting to me. The right hand is a neat open hand, unique looking. The panels fit onto it perfectly actually, and the panel lines are pretty well hidden completely.
I really wish the gold weren't so muted, as this is probably the cooler of the C-3PO figures in the line, actually.
Boussh Leia... The 50/50 figure of the wave. She's not a winner, not a loser. Her headsculpt isn't as good as the last version of this figure, but it's also not horrid. The paint is not bad overall and the little logos on the backpack are pretty slick.
The articulation is everything you could want on the figure pretty much, hooray for articulated figures still being a thing. And the skirt doesn't inhibit it much at all either, despite being plastic. It's flexible, and nicely done, which allows this figure to pose well still. +1 too for the softgoods cape.
That said, Hasbro completely ***** the bed on the molded-in detonator in her left hand, when the last figure actually features a removable, teeny tiny detonator accessory.
So while the sculpt isn't the best, and that detonator is a major flub, it's an interestingly decent figure. Unfortunately, not perfect by any means.
-Cmdr. Fox... I think that's his name, I probably goofed it though. The throw-away mandatory Clone repaint. His figure is fine for what it is. Only flawed by the almost dingaling like antenna on his left shoulder pad, which at the very least is out of scale, and at worst looks like a sex toy stuck to him.
He's a Clone... Aren't you sick of them too? I know I am.
-Mosep Bineed... He rocks socks. The fact I have a new Cantina alien has me on something of a high so it's hard to be judgmental with him. His joints are a little "short" in their range of motion. That and no holster for his new blaster would be my gripes. That would be minor though, as I really enjoy him and am very glad I nabbed two so I had a fodder fig around.
-Jawas... Didn't realize how much I'd like these two but I really do. Hasbro did the ion blasters up right and updated the POTF2 one but also nicely did up the enfield style one with a modern sculpt and proper scale. The large holster on the one figure for his ion rifle is cool because it opens at the side to easily put the weapon in/out of the holster. Surprised me how much I really liked these guys, and a 2-pack makes $13+ quite a bit easier to stomach.
-Han Carbonite... One flaw is the head. Neck down, this figure is pretty amazing. Neck up, he's not. The sculpt is not the best likeness, but not their worst either of Ford's face. I'd say the paint REALLY harms the sculpt a bit more than the sculpt itself. The hair deco is really sloppy, and lacks any color variation to it. The eyes are fine, but the hair deco is really bad, sloppily applied, and it just detracts from the rest of it completely.
The rest of the figure is the articulation and sculpt everyone has wanted for a new Carbonite Han though, and let me say that the block is OUTSTANDING. An ultimate accessory, if there is such a thing. So much so that I already have a plan for an extra block in the works that I think will be shockingly easy to accomplish once I do some research.
Overall the pre-TFA TBS4" final wave is pretty awesome... Mosep, Han, Jawas, and shockingly C-3PO, kind of make this wave a mega-winner to me. $13.99 figures, a Clone I could've easily lived without, and a detonator someone can't seem to drop, all suck a weenie.
But it's a good wave... Glad I've got them and I'm wrapping up this line (for now).