I haven't bought a single "deluxe" figure set yet, though that may change with TRU sale this week. Add some Clone Cash and the price is actually where it should be. I also think aside from the price point nothing has excited me by far with this line.
I have to say I really dig the Freeco Bike a lot-- I was looking forward to this one. It doesn't do much other than seat one figure and have retractable landing skids, but it's actually a pretty good size. Definitely larger than a number of vintage-era Mini-Rigs. Opening the canopy is something of a pain, as it sort of snaps in place and slides forward, but it feels like it could be a companion piece to the MLC-3. Totally cool, plus the SA Kenobi it comes with is a nice plus.
...and it's really a bit of a bummer that the fairly large Freeco Bike is going to cost the same as the smaller and overall less awesome Sport Skiff. (And I liked it as a $10 POTF2 toy.) I'm sure they'll all do well-- throw in Anakin with anything for $16 or so and I'm sure we have a hit on our hands.
Oh, and I'd also suggest picking up any of the Clone Two-Packs in this range. Not only are they great figures, but Hasbro packs in lots of extra blasters too. Dollar-for-dollar, they aren't as good a value as a Battle Pack, but 2 Clones and a bunch of gear for $13-$17 is pretty good given the $8-$8.50 price tags for a single figure.