I scored this wave a couple of weeks ago. Some quick impressions?
BD# 044 - Obi-Wan Kenobi - The best AOTC Obi-Wan ever made. Up until now the only decent version had been from 2003/04 with the Outlander nightclub bar and NO LIGHTSABER. This figure is a vast improvement over that version. And it's got more articulation than we're accustomed to seeing with most Jedi, as this figure introduces ball jointed hips. The commlink is a very nice added accessory. The only negative? I think this version should have included the brown robe.
BD# 045 - Beru Whitesun - A nice addition to the line, and complete with a pitcher for some tasty blue milk! It's a good, representative sculpt. But I would've preferred a ROTS version first, with her cradling baby Luke.
BD# 046 - Owen Lars - Well done figure. It might have benefitted from some ball jointed ankles, but the sculpt might have made that prohibitive. The rifle seems like an appropriate accessory. But in this case it seems like it was added for play value and not any kind of scene accuracy. The softgoods coat is a bit big and poofy though.
BD# 047 - Captain Typho - An excellent rendition of Captain Typho in his dress uni. And I think this figure is significantly better than both the pilot version of 2002 and even the Episode I Captain Panaka. It's got appropriate levels of articulation and the sculpt is dead on. Then there's the accessories. The removable hat is a nice touch, as are the commlink and blaster. Both of those will attach to Typho's belt.
BD# 048 - Anakin Skywalker - CONCEPT ART FIGURE - This isn't the concept Anakin Skywalker that I would have preferred to have been offered. But the artwork that inspired this version does strike a balance between the Anakin of the prequels and Vader. Not a big fan of the molded cloak though.
BD# 049 - Tarados Gon - A cool addition to the ranks of the Jedi who fought in the Geonosis arena. Tarados Gon is what I think should be the standard in Jedi figures. Well articulated all the way around, featuring the softgoods skirt, and decently sculpted. But lacking the softgoods robe. IMO that should be a standard feature for Jedi figures.
BAF - HK-47 - Knights Of The Old Republic - This is definitely one of the more unique BAF droids to come out in the Droid Factory series. HK-47 has a reasonable ammount of articulation. And for the first time we've got a BAF droid that comes with a weapon! That one is packed with the droid's head. The only picking point I have is that the figure is more red than the rusty appearance it has in the KOTOR game.