-CZ-3: Nice to finally have this one after all these years, but I'm glad that the protocol droid bodies have been improved enough (with the Endor Threepio) that this one will hopefully get the attention and detail it deserves. Great sculpt, great decoration, great looking figure.
-Luke: Again, nice to finally have what looks to be an SA version of Jedi Luke. I'm a little concerned he might not come with a lightsaber (even though his was stashed in R2's dome at the time), but I'd be willing to concede the lack of one if it means we're getting an SA Final Duel Luke under that vest.
-Umpass-Stay: First of all, is that Pig Latin for "Stump"? Just a random question. Anyway, the lack of a drum is a bit odd, considering he's holding the mallet, and the pose is horrid and unforgivable if he doesn't have a drum to hit. Even if the other drummer is part of a Battle Pack or something down the line, they could do one of their infamous cardboard set pieces in that to make up for this one, or even release both drummers in this wave with half of the drum set. That said, I could have lived without this figure having ever been made as I LOATHE the new musical number in ROTJ. Looking at how pathetic the 1998 Sy Snootles is makes me wish they'd just do a "classic" version of her with Max and Droopy (who were okay in their 1998 forms, to me at least) and be done with it.
-Boba Fett: I've never seen the Holiday Special, but Boba's always been my character focus, so I'll definitely pick one up to keep carded, at least.
The thing that sticks out about the vast majority of the figures in the basic line next year is they're all, more or less, new molds. Out of the first wave, Obi-Wan and R2 are slightly rehashed, Biggs and Han in the second wave, and possibly Boba in the third wave. Considering by the time we got to wave 3 last year, we only had 9 new molds out of 21 figures, that's a huge improvement. Makes me a little more optimistic about figures later in the year (Droideka, Jango) being new instead of the same tired rereleases.