Well I don't care what some folks say, my only complaint about the set is that they still lack knee joints...
But "Why?" you may ask... Well let me say why.
Because Hasbro's shorting articulation on 4 of the most action-packed Clones ever (if you played the game or read the books). Because any Clone (dare I say any army builder as well) lacking knee articulation in 2006 is sort of ****** on Hasbro's part... Deal breaker? Not really... But if there's one thing I've learned in life, career, and just about any other facet of existance, it's that you don't "improve" without problems being brought up for addressing.
People complained about the knees when the first figure came out, and it was the only real complaint aside from a better paintjob (I can't fault Hasbro for that though, they're production pieces not works of art), and articulation on Clones shouldn't fall short of the standard they set. They know they'll sell shitloads of these and hell they could've even used the articulated legs of the CW SA Clone, the ROTS #41 Clone, the ROTS Clone Commander, or any of the 3 Evolutions Clones, and minimal tooling for new parts in the process.
Anyway it is the single craptacular aspect of the set. I like the set, and the price is as right as if Bob Barker himself had told us what it was... The leg articulation was excuseless on the first figure though and the point stands on the battlepack as well. Just articulate the things and make people happy... People didn't like Bacara because of his articulation, so why would it be cool on the Clone Commandoes? Blah.