I got a chance to listen to that podcast this afternoon, and it seemed to reiterate a lot of what we've been hearing in the Q and A's lately. CW/Legends doing great, Legacy not so much. They did a lot of talk about the "Yarna issue", and how they really have to reign in the numbers on the collector-focused figures. It certainly wasn't all doom and gloom, but (and this is despite the great figures coming this year), I'm really starting to get the feeling that the Original Trilogy focus is going to get less and less over the years if this continues. They talked about the "new generation" experiencing Star Wars for the first time, as well as the kids that were 9/10 for TPM and are now entering that collector age group. I still sort of doubt that generation comes "back" to collecting toys the way many of us did, but who knows.
One quote from this podcast that did sort of hit me (I think it was from Curto), where it was mentioned that many kids are really getting into Star Wars through Clone Wars - and will continue to over the years, and could maybe not even know (or vaguely know) who Darth Vader is. That could be right, and it is crazy to think that. Star Wars to me has always been Luke, Vader, Han, Chewie, Leia, the droids, and Stormtroopers. Those days seem to be going away though.
Anyways, I may have to listen again, but they didn't necessarily get real specific about the future of the line - but I do wonder what it holds for the realistic/movie (and OT) collectors. Like I said, I can't really complain personally. I think the realistic waves we've gotten this year so far have been great, and there has been a nice OT focus with the ANH and ESB waves, and more on the way as well. Add in the BMF last year, and rumors of new vehicles like the AT-ST, Snowspeeder, etc. in the next year or so - and there is still plenty of good stuff on the way.