Thanks Jack and Paul... I appreciate it.
The thing about the leg stance for me that makes it completely acceptable is that it can be boiled/froze in place if you REALLY wanted to, and on top of that the knee's poseability lets you basically give him a non-wide stance just fine. NOthing major then to me.
The boil/freeze is a customizing thing for those of you who don't know... You boil the figure in boiling water, but have a bowl of ice water nearby (like a large cereal bowl). You pull the figure out of the boiling water, dry it quickly, then hold the legs in the "straight" position by basically pressing the thighs and dunk him in the ice water. HOLD the figure under ice water for a while. It's hard on the arthritis, but plastic can take shape when heated and cooled quickly, including the PVC material used on Hasbro figure limbs/heads (and sometimes other parts, as it's a cheaper plastic to work with).
This technique doesn't always work 100% but it's pretty reliable. I'm 99% sure it'd work on Luke for those wanting to give it a go. Just watch you don't get burned by the water... Always care you must use.
About the Hoth duds...
Anton's right in that it's not applicable because LUke's X-Wing uniform for the vintage figure was just that, his XW uni... He's classically pictured in Yavin Hangar mode not Hoth...
While I'm all over a new SA Hoth "Snowspeeder" Luke Pilot figure, it's not gonna fly for this line of Vintage copies I don't think. Still though I'll gladly take that Snowspeeder Luke figure if he's SA, has a working holster and stuff. Be cool if he had the grappling hook accessory too, done to-scale and hookable to his belt with his saber hilt.
Hoth Pilots are sorely overlooked... No good sculpt exists for them yet and Luke, Dak, Zev, Wedge, Hobbie, and Janson are all great candidates for figures if you ask me. Hobbie could even include damaged head variant with blood and stuff.
There's big differences in the Hoth flight suit and ANH/ROTJ Suits. Namely, the Hoth pilots had a heavy weight jacket on that looked exactly like POnda Baba's over their orange jumpsuits. It had a big thick collar on it and was a little shorter length though. And of course they had cold weather boots on instead of the little black boots seen in use by Rebel Troopers and Pilots on Yavin.