Yeah Anton, mine does the same pretty much...
For articulation I look at the toy from sort of a few points of view I think though, and not everyone sees it that way. For instance from my own POV I like poseability on toys... It's why I loved GI Joe when I was little, it's why I love the AvP figures from Hot Toyz, it's why I love my military 1:18 lines where articulation is KING for 21st and BBI who routinely improve and attempt to outperform each other (ah what it must be to have DIRECT competition improving a toy line without hiking prices... Hasbro could take some lessons in how to treat its consumers from BOTH these companies who have worked hard to appease the masses).
At the same time, I look also from (partly my own POV again) the perspective of a customizer... Static joints are good for this character or that, but ultimately I got into customizing for improvements, and articulation is an improvement as I see it. I'm willing to sacrifice the looks of a figure if his elbows move or his shoulders have full range... So there's another reason I view things that way.
Third though, I try to look at the toys from a kid's perspective too... My gf's sons are quick to judge a toy's quality like that. One day they got Clone 3-packs at Wal-Mart, opened them, and immediately wanted their money back to buy the basic carded Clones... The reason, and I had to laugh because it's true, was that "these don't move". Their mother tried the old "but you get 3 instead of one, and if you buy the other you can only get two", but they insisted on taking them back to WM because they wanted the #6 Clone (it was all that was around at that time last year) instead even if it meant only getting 2 instead of 3.
To me that spoke volumes about the quality of SW toys... Because I buy military figures, the one boy is even wanting those since he sees what all you get with one and how poseable it is. Plus it's only $5 at WM or TRU to boot!
For me, the articulation is about what makes them toys over "collectibles". My Momaw will sit on a stand too though with his predecessory sculpts since they all look good and unique set up together.
But I won't be making a nice Roron Corob out of one, or much else in customizing. I won't be playing much with Momaw with the kids either, which is a shame. I guess we're stuck with Clones.