Sorry Spec, on behalf of those of us who "crank out clones" at the rate of 1 or 2 a month, and have little time or money to spend on much else hobby-wise, I sincerely apologize for the following:
A - Not being knowledgeable enough in other lines of toys to offer a decent opinion. I know nothing about Predator action figures and therefore have no basis to offer constructive criticism, since you could've taken it right out of the package, posted a pic and said "Voila!" without us ignorant, unimaginative clone-crankers knowing any better. Sure I could do a little googling and find out what you did to make the character better and more unique, but I have frozen burritos to cook, which require a careful, tending hand.
B - Many clone-crankers are fairly new to the hobby, and choose to hone our skills butchering easily fixable, faceless clones. I myself have about 1 of every ROTS and AOTC Jedi and other non-clone figure, and about 50 clones total ranging the line. So before I attempt to better (and most likely butcher) what I believe are very fine Jedi and other character sculpts, which I have in lower quantity due to budgetary restraints, I'll keep "cranking out" clones.
C - I like clones more than Tarkins, Veers's, and most Jedi. So sue me.
D - This is all my own opinion, but the vast majority of cross-line part swaps end up looking out of proportion, with heads that don't fit the body, and limbs that just "don't look right," for lack of a better description. Biceps that are twice as long as the forearm, that extend to the waistline look strange to me (general example, not citing or impugning your work in particular).
E - All opinion here as well: If someone ports a head, limb, or accessory over to the SW-themed "universe," with a feable or nonexistent attempt to make it "Star Warsy," I don't think that much creativity or imagination was required. While the work involved in doing so may have taken much time to do, the "creativity factor" is greatly diminished, since you just lopped off something and glued it onto something else. You and many others here feel the same way about clone customs: Little creativity and imagination = a lesser quality custom. That's your opinion and I can respect that, but don't bitch and moan if someone who might hold a low opinion of your work refuses to give a false and disingenuous appraisal just so you can have a warm fuzzy.
F - That's about it. You get just over an average of 1 reply per 12 views, which is nothing to complain about, and slightly better than my unimaginative clone-laden clone-cranker thread gets. If you'd like to receive a million one-word replies to the tune of "Cool!" then this is the wrong place to be. If you want more feedback on obscure, non-SW figures on a SW-themed board, you're barking up the wrong tree. Since I pattern my entire life after the lessons learned from the movie Bambi, I think the following applies: "If you can't say something nice, don't say nothing at all."
Sincerely and with much loving and adoration,