Yeah, I'm not sure how to judge the sales. They seem down to me across the board as well, but it is always tough to tell. The Vintage stuff (and new CW stuff) seems to sell through pretty quick (like instantly) when it does hit, but some stores are just sitting on old stuff. In my area, TRU has had the same stuff (primarily CW Obi-Wans and a few others, and just a couple Dengars/4-LOMS on the vintage side), WM has had all of their SW pegs jammed full for months and months with all the same stuff. Tons of CW (although nothing super recent), tons of TVC (but only Sandtrooper and ROTS Clone), and some Legends mixed in with the CW. Target has been better of late, as I've seen cases of TVC Wave 6 come in several times in the past few weeks. The CW section only has two Shaak Ti figures hanging out, and just a few Legends figures as well. Actually - surprisingly - all the stores are somewhat devoid of the Legends line. I mean, there are always some of course, but not as much as you'd expect.
I'm another one that would have liked seeing the CW line be realistic from the start, but at the same time I can understand why they went animated (and I do like the figures, its been a pretty good line). Although I do still think it sells, I don't think it has the "heat" it once did, which is typical of today's kiddos I think. It used to be, particularly in that first year or two, you couldn't even find a CW figure - especially around the holidays. These days it seems to have slowed some - but not completely. I'm always a fan of a more simple approach, so I look forward to the days when we could hopefully just have one Star Wars line again. It may not ever happen, as times have changed a bit, but I think it might help things overall sales-wise and maybe even distribution wise. We obviously won't see that change until the CW series is over, which is understandable, but I guess I just like the cleaner "one line" approach.