Yeah, the poll has me a little bit worried. As much as I, and many of us, would like to see "vintage quality" figures made of prequel characters (TPM Obi, Qui-Gon, Jango Fett, etc.), we've seen that Hasbro is capable of making those in the basic line (and pricepoint). The fact that they ask about them, then essentially ask "how many $9.99 figures can you take?" starts to worry me. I'd like to see that "vintage" quality across all the figures we see, but I don't want to pay that much for my figures - especially at the 60 figures/year pace. If they are going to go that route for the entire line eventually, I'd rather see the releases cut way back then.
I think I'm in the camp as well seeing the entire vintage run made in this style, and I'd probably pick them all up. The question talking about essentially repacking recent figures (R5-D4 and Chief Chirpa are mentioned) on vintage cardbacks is a little troubling too. I'm not disappointed with either of those figures, but I don't want to pay $9.99 to have them again. I don't have to of course, but I was trying to keep a carded collection of the vintage figures. I collect very little carded, but had hoped to keep up with these, but if it becomes a partially repacked line, that will be tougher. Anyways, nice to see they are thinking about the future of this line - but things could get a little tricky if we see all the movies included at a $9.99 pricepoint. Why even have the lower "basic" pricepoint anymore - or maybe they won't (yikes).