The irony of the ROTS Jedi was that they actually made me appreciate my AOTC Jedi more...
I felt dismal in 2002 when all figures were basically little PVC one-pose-wonders. The extreme poses and expressions just ruined the line for me while they were the standard. I don't know who thought that was the route to go, but if people wanted statues they'd not be buying action figures. The line in 2002 suffered too and Star Wars had dismal sales compared to projections. It was counted on to carry Hasbro in movie years and when it becomes a burden with buy-backs and whatnot, then there's a problem.
Flash forward to 2005 and I ironically now appreciate what I got in 2002 (for the most part anyway, not all of them got an update unfortunately), since now I have a great Shaak, Luminara, Aayla, Ki-Adi, etc...
The figures were outstanding last year for the most part. Some duds leaked out, mostly towards the latter waves (Captain Antilles for instance), but figures like Ki-Adi Mundi are among my favorites in the modern line and will remain so. Agen Kolar is practically perfect... The girls had some limited bits here and there (Shaak's one arm is static for instance) but she's still neutral enough and pretty heavily articulated.
I don't think there's a Jedi figure save for the main ones that disappointed me. That said, Mace Windu, the early Obi's, and Ani's were a letdown. This line longs for a SA Mace Windu, seriously.
If the Evolutions series had continued I wanted a Jedi assortment that included Mace as the Master, QGJ as the Jedi Knight, and an E1 Obi-Wan as the Padawan or some similar arrangement... Mace deserves SA with one of the sweet Evolutions Anakin Robes.
For that matter, we still don't have a single decent prequal Yoda for all seasons. The one they're re-releasing in the Heroes/Villains Wave is ok but the robe blows. Put a cloth robe on that Yoda, throw in a cane... I'm nearly happy with it. I for some reason just enjoy that figure aside from the horrible robe.