I can see these being carded like the 25th G.I.Joes.
I could see this being a possibility, with the big success of the 25th Joes this past year+. If all the rumors of this report line up, I just can't see six waves of $10-$12 figures, in addition to the regular TLC line, and also the Clone Wars line. Sure, its not like Hasbro doesn't like taking our money, but that's sure a lot of stuff/lines out at once. Plus, with the figures listed, that's really taking a lot of the "anchor characters" for waves and putting them in this supposedly "vintage" line.
Its hard to say what this will be. I don't think its the "main", regular line - because in this past week's Q and A, Hasbro said they had Build-A-Droids worked out to the end of 2009. If these would continue the trend of being on a vintage cardback, they couldn't include those BAD parts. To be honest, I'd be happy to see all of the figures on this list - but they don't need to be on pseudo-vintage cardbacks with premium pricing. Putting some of those OT ones on the vintage cardbacks is always great (depending on how high the price goes now), but figures like the "ultimate" Jar Jar, Padme, etc. can just be put into the basic line. Like its been said many times, that quality is in the basic line fairly regularly at this point anyways. I do kind of like the big picture cardbacks (like the vintage days), but don't necessarily know how I feel about prequel (or even EU) characters being put on a true vintage cardback. Like Daigo-Bah said, it seems blasphemous. Its definitely a nice list (new Ackbar, hopefully new Bespin Han/Hoth Luke, etc.), and I do hope we get all new, "ultimate" versions of all of these characters. Darth Maul is listed, and I always thought the Evolutions one was pretty good aside from adding ball elbows. Anyways, I'm definitely interested, and hope that this list of figures turns out to be true if nothing else - even if its just in the basic line.