So I looked through these thoroughly today...
-The AT-RT Driver is surprisingly cool. I won't retire mine, they're good sculpts, however I will buy 2 of these I'm guessing. Now if they'd put THIS guy out on the Clone Wars AT-RT, then I'd probably buy quite a few of that.
-The AOTC Trooper is pretty slick looking. I plan to nab some of him, though again I'll certainly not retire the original SA figure by any means. That sculpt has been great, still is great... this one is certainly nice looking though, and I do believe I see ball-socket wrists there. Nice. It's maybe the best new point of articulation they've made.
-The Nikto Jedi is cool, and I love the softgoods. they're very worn looking. The figure is great overall though, so I have every intent of picking up a couple of this guy.
-Dagobah Landing Luke... Again, very cool looking. I see no height difference however, just comparing him in the bubble to the Clones. The Clones should be average sized, Luke shorter... It appears to me he's got a good bit of space above him compared to the Clones, in their respective bubbles. I think he'll be very similar in every way to the last Pilot Luke.
One ****** thing though... That helmet, still not dirty. I wish Hasbro would go the extra mile to give him a black wash over his pilot helmet so it looks more accurate.
-Lando... I compared him as well since there seemed to be questions on him being tall, and again he seems to be average or a hair shorter than average compared to the Clones. I'm loving the Lando General Pilot the most though. removable cape, SA, looks to be another removable shoulder holster... Greatness top to bottom so far. I wish the cape had a thread for the "tie" though, rather than the wide band. That looks odd but I'll certainly live with it.
-Skiffmaster Weequay... Very cool. Love all the details like the blonde braids, the poofy quilted tunic... He comes with a pike he doesn't have IIRC, and so that's pretty slick. Hasbro knocked out a figure that's been demanded for years and years. People have wanted the Skiffmaster since I started collecting Vintage when I was 15 and I recall guys customizing him because they wanted that figure so bad. It's amazing it took this many years (decades) for him to get a figure. And it only makes me want the original Weequay resculpted that much more, haha.
Overall, this is one fine looking wave... Can't wait to pick them up.