I'm with you guys too in that I hope the line continues on. I hope my previous post didn't seem like I felt otherwise. I'm probably enjoying the actual product as much as I ever have. I think the figures have been great, and we're finally getting a nice focus back on OT waves after a couple scarce years. In fact, outside of the VOTC/VTSC waves (and a few other figures here and there), I don't think I've been as pumped about a lot of the figures in a long time. Plus, aside from some weathering issues, I don't know if the vehicles have ever been better. It is a lot of the reason I hope we continue to see the OT ships get redone. The vintage molds are still pretty nice, but it is amazing how much Hasbro can do when they really go all out.
Like Jesse, a lot of the figures I want to see made at this point are resculpts as well. Sure, I want to see the vintage line finished, and I'm always up for more Cantina/Jabba's Palace denizens, but the majority of what I want otherwise is to finish updating the main characters, troops (primarily Rebels), and a few miscellaneous others from the POTF2 days. There are a few PT figures I'd still like to see redone as well, but my primary "list" would be OT as well.
That being said, I could handle a bit of a "slow down" as I've mentioned before. Somewhere in the 36-40 figures per year would be fine with me, and spread out a little more consistently throughout the year (a wave every other month would be nice, if it was possible). Toss in a couple of exclusives (vehicle/beast re-dos like this year), and that would be ok. Otherwise, I'm fine with CW getting the bulk of the attention right now, as long as they keep Legacy (or whatever it will be called) going as well. I have started to order online pretty much for every wave anymore, because Legacy stocking has gotten really inconsistent here as well. There may be three sections at the store (one for Legacy, one for Legends, one for Clone Wars), but they are all jammed full of Clone Wars and maybe a sprinkling of Legends around here. Hopefully that is something they can get resolved. I can understand how they have the "branding", but I sometimes wonder if it wouldn't help if there was more of a difference between the "classic" and "Clone Wars" line looks. Have Clone Wars on this red/white type packaging, or something similar, and use this vintage-esque packaging that has been rumored for the future "Legacy" line. Ditch Legends (or incorporate it into the regular line), and maybe they could keep things straight a little easier. Anyways, too long of a post again, but I'm with Rob/Jesse/etc. in that I hope it keeps going for awhile yet. Price/distribution issues aside, I'm really still enjoying it as well.