The Naboo guy's body is nice and generic for maybe an ICMG headswap. Just a thought.
Just an ill-informed
thought, is more like it.
It's difficult to tell, given the brevity and fuzziness of the ESB clip, but even so, it appears there are enough differences in the jumpsuits that a simple headswap simply wouldn't suffice.
The jumpsuits are different--the top of Willrow's looks like it zips right up the middle, while Naboo Guy's has that funky flap thing. The legs are different--Willrow's has the pockets/pouches, while the Naboo Guy has no pockets at all. Naboo Guy has a belt, while Willrow doesn't. Willrow's right sleeve has a cuff-type thing above the elbow, and his left arm is equipped with a couple of techno-gadgets. Naboo Guy has none of these things.
And then there's the articulation. The crap-ass articulation on Naboo Guy's elbows. It may be okay for Naboo Guy, but it probably wouldn't even allow for our friend Willrow to carry his Cuisinart as he dashes through the corridors of Cloud City. And then there's the cut elbow on Naboo's right arm--they're so terrible, that those awful, "action-feature" hinge elbow joints that were so big with Saga '02 and '03 would actually be better, and would more-easily allow for Willrow's right arm to flail wildly behind him as he makes his desperate escape.
Finally, the paunch. Willrow's got a hint of one, Naboo Guy does not.
To sum up, Official Jedi Defender Action Figure Reviewer, I'm embarrassed that you, who have turned bitching about 100% film accuracy in your toys into an artform, somehow thinks it okay for Hasbro to simply slap a new head on Naboo Guy and call it Willrow Hood.
You're selling yourself short, you're selling the membership of Jedi Defender short, and most-importantly, you're selling Willrow Hood short.
You should be ashamed of yourself. I know I am.