Yea, picked these up recently. I'm reviewing each one individually.
All three of the Clones are generally the same in paint style. Hasbro didn't give the helmet's their gray shade on the side and some of the paint gets sloppy, also the rifles no longer have their brown stocks, they are completely black. I'm not sure if I like this, but most modern weapons no longer have wooden stock, so I can accept it.
All Clones have ball-joint heads, which is neat, I wish more figures would have ball joints (like Chewbacca Bespin does). All Clones, from my memory, have waist articulation as well - the joint being covered by the overlapped armor plating, very good. All clones have shoulder joints as well - thankfully - it was rumored at one time they'd be absolutely articulation-less.
The Standing Clone can do two real unique poses - one with the gun at a hip-shot pose and the other at a gun raised, arm behind the back pose. Both poses are cool, so if you were to buy 2 packs, the 2 standing troops could pass as completely seperate pieces.
The Kneeling Clone doesn't seem to have any real unique poses besides the one its crafted to, but I do think two of them in the same dio would look just fine.
The Prone Clone is my least favorite of the bunch. It can have two minor different poses, the one its crafted to and also - if you bend his waist to where the weapon-arm is on the ground, you can point his free arm as if he was gesturing somewhere forward. Good stuff, I think, two of them at one dio may not look so great though (but that won't stop you from buying 2 packs).
I'm actually going to grade a tad higher than you might expect - why - Because I really think that for the most part Hasbro tried to make it to where we can have unique looking figures of the same kind. Still grading low though, hah!
Three figures, two blasters, one rifle, but since Hasbro sculpted them to the hands, there are no accessories.
Even though these are practically statues, and weren't really as low-priced as I'd like, I like the Clones.