-Best Vehicle: For me it's the Snowspeeder... It's hyper detailed, accurately scaled (after decades), and has sold steadily since its release which I consider a positive in its corner. The AT-AT's cool, but the Speeder's got the things I appreciate the most as a collector going for it. As a kid, I think I'd probably go AT-AT too though.
-Best Basic Figure OT (and Overall): It's hard to say no to the Gammorean Guard. Runner-up nods would go to the Phase 1 Dark Trooper (I'm throwing him in OT), Endor Rebel (neck and all), and maybe even Wicket sneaking into there. I can't even recall all the 2010 figures off the top of my head to really be fair because that Gammie Guard really took the cake.
-Best Basic Figure PT: Hands down the Magna Guard... Outstanding figure. The only one to even come close was Palpatine.
-Best Multi-Pack: Of all battlepacks and whatnot, how can you deny the Defense of Hoth set? Well, ok, you could pick the Attack on Hoth set, but for my money the Defense set was far superior, just for my own collecting style. The Attack set is the better value though. It's tough to argue against it in that regard. The Rebel set really delivered the coolness to me though, with 2 towers, 3 figures I was ok having multiples of (even K-3PO is ok fodder).
Not much else to pick from then really... I guess the straggler comic packs?
-Best Comic Pack: Toss-up for me here... It's between Cammie/Fixer or Montross/Mareel... Cammie and Fixer win though, by a nose. Getting two OT figures cut from the original film? It puts them over the top. However, Montross and Mareel only have minor re-use of parts, great decoes, great accessories, and come from a pretty cool story. Plus Montross shows up in a game that is one of my favorite EU storylines, the old Gamecube Bounty Hunter game, which really delves into Jango's history and makes you kind of like him as a "good guy" in a way.
But yeah, Cammie/Fixer win that round by their OT-ishness.