Yeah Matt, I got an e-mail from Tim as well, I'm really sorry... I didn't realize that it wasn't supposed to be posted, and I hope I didn't cause anyone here or anywhere else any trouble because of it. Again, I'm very sorry.
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I don't follow the mini-mate stuff really, but I assume these are sold domestically here, right - unlike my beloved Kubricks? Hmmm... I don't collect any other lines, but I love LOTR and if this particular mini-mate line expands a bit more I just might start looking into it...
That being said, there are some figures that look better with sculpted plastic. The senators, dignitaries, etc. are good examples. Soft goods should be reserved for figures that wear simple robes (jedi), so the cloth looks genuine. Also, figures that have alot of articulation and would be placed in action scenes should have soft goods.