Yeah, I think you hit the nail on the head Jeff. When the announcement was made that Hasbro had the Marvel license, they basically just mentioned the movie stuff. Even though it seems like most to all of it pegwarms like crazy, it must do business for these companies. It might be a combination of the line being so expansive already, and the way things have been handled lately, but right now I'm cooling a bit on the Legends line. I'm excited for some of the stuff that's on the way this year (and in Wave 4), but I might just finish out this year and be done with them. I'd still pick up any key figures (mainly Spidey-related) that they would release, but I think I'm pretty happy with what I have otherwise.
I mentioned it in that thread, but I'm kind of excited with the setup for the upcoming DC Universe Classics line (although we'll see how distribution is). Knowing going in that there will be 5 waves with 5 figures per wave (and a BAF) is nice and straight forward, and not too much to keep track of. I hope to collect those next year (alongside Star Wars and Indy), and that makes it a good time for the Marvel figures to be winding down for me. I'll still display them proudly, but there isn't a lot left that hasn't been made - like we've said before, its all gravy at this point.