I finally broke mine out yesterday.
I was helped by my 2 year old son and 9 year old daughter.
Apologies to Hasbro and Hunter PR but we didn't take a ton of photos (if any), I was more interested in enjoying the moment than recording it or getting together with other collectors/sites to circle jerk about it.
The thing is huge no doubt. It is as big as my 1 year old Boxer. She did not trust it and kept an eye on it all afternoon.
My son kept calling it a "Giant Dinosaur" and his "guy" has been riding that speeder bike all over the house. He is giving it the "Sturdy" test. The panels have all come off multiple times. He has managed to figure out the retractible line and all the buttons that make it talk. But there is no damage. Pretty good compared to other companies large items.
My 9 year old Daughter slept with it in her room because her Brand New Hoth Princess Leia, Snow Bunny Padme, Luna Lovegood from the British Harry Potter line and her 20 plus Astromech collection lead by R2-KT, had taken it over from my 20 VTSC Snow Troopers (I blame it one them being clones). If I get home from work today and it is painted like a "My Little Pony" I will take pics then. She was requesting I set up the vintage Ewok village for a 'visit', sadly I am sure it will be cordial and very "Yub Yub"..not the ewok slaughter that the AT AT is designed for.
I would say this thing is a HIT for sure. I think the wife and kids are going to visit relatives later this month, so maybe I will get some time to actually look at. I'll take pictures then.
It is definately "worth" the $100 retail price and is lightyears ahead of my vintage one I got 29 years ago.
I am anxiously waiting for the "Vintage" box. I might actually keep it boxed.