I figured you hadn't changed your stance on these. They're not badly sculpted at all and I've been fortunate in finding well painted pieces, so I think they're pretty nice. The scale issue is still there, no doubt, but it's getting to the point where there's enough material that it's not that different from having Unleashed and regular SW figures on display, though the difference in scale is smaller. Of course you don't vary out in scale regardless, correct?
As for selling your stuff, I stick by my old opinion that you shouldn't do it. WOS has been one of the lines I really associate with you and has been since I've known you. If you did, wouldn't it be just as easy to sell the common stuff over at SCS.com where you're pretty well known I'd think and then ebay the stuff that'll actually generate some return, like the B-sharps and other exclusives? That'd reduce the amount of listing and photo taking.
It's interesting too that you're willing to part with that stuff. I haven't seen my Simpsons stuff for probably two years. It's in a box that's taped shut and at the bottom of my huge stack of boxes. I've gone through the SW stuff a ton of times and moved all those boxes, pulling out stuff to get rid of, but the Simpsons stuff just never enters into the equation of being thinned out. Obviously I have a fair bit less stuff than you, since it's only really stuff with Homer associations like all the figures and then some playsets but that's still a significant amount of stuff, probably 40-50 figures total. I really look forward to having that stuff displayed.