I'll be curious to see how it does-- honestly, if it hangs around as the kids go into full SW-mode, it might do really well. As a youngster, the first things I asked for by name (and the very first thing I *got*) were Hoth figures. After the Wampa, it all sorta snowballed-- the Tauntaun is a retooled one (no running/no split belly), but Luke and the Wampa are kinda unremarkable. To kids, they might be good, but as others have pointed out it's a real shame that Luke can't sit on his ride. As that somewhat defeats the point of bundling them together.
I need to finish editing it, but:http://www.flickr.com/photos/26599914@N04/sets/72157605295954703/
(Can I say I love this Flickr thing? Well, I do.) I put this one down as another "just different enough to make you mad," which is a shame as I thought the STAP Attack set was totally worth the $25. (Love the figures. I'd have been fine with just one STAP, but hey, I dig anything with a Droid Army logo on it.)
That Geonosis Arena set seems to have done well despite being a redeco box with minimal new tooling. I see a few sitting here and there, but this was after it seems to have vanished once or twice, so I *guess* TRU can really move a big box with a lot of critters in it.