So I'll rub it in then that I got a set I guess and give some thoughts...
-Face w/Limbs... Actually a decent figure, just a horrid design. I still am curious how he poops. He's articulated nicely though, but features no foot holes for a stand so that could be a little problematic as he has tiny feet. Mine's standing ok thus far though.
My figure's paintjob is pretty cool and I noticed he has these ear pieces that are translucent and show his ears through them. Not sure why, but I assume this is accurate and it's kind of neat. He sports a silver pistol and a droid, and I like that he has the droid at least.
-Neimoidian Guy... I have to admit I do like the face a good bit. It's better than, certainly, the 1999 Neimoidians, and it's sculpt is a tad better than the Lushros Dofine figure. The removable hat is nice, the articulation, the softgoods... It's a decent figure, just boring from head to toe ultimately. I can't say I really care if they update any of the old ones. I'm ok with what I have there.
Paint aps on mine are nice on this guy, but nothing too spectacular. Love the elf shoes.
-Ratts Tyrel... Disappointing, to say the least. The paint aps are ok, and I am alright with the accessories (hat, pistol, pit droid with a nice dirt wash on it). Where I'm disappointed is, this figure has no knee or elbow articulation, and depending when/where you got him you may have paid a premium, but even if you paid $8, you deserve a little extra articulation on him.
I'm disappointed. Who knew the face would be a better podracer figure?
-Padme... Can't even bring myself to open the package right now because I'm debating taking her back. My sample is a crisp clean paintjob, that's good, but saltshakers make me question the purchase anymore.
I got the Outlander Padme in Wave 4, but refused to buy a 2nd to display with the other hat till I could get her cheap, and it paid off. Padme figures just don't thrill me ever.
-Naboo Soldier... One of my favorites. The sculpt is pretty crisp, the articulation's great, the helmet's a little snug but works, the holster is functional and the new Naboo pistol is great.
My only gripe on him is the paint aps. I got 2 Naboo Soldiers and both have the hair paint bleeding onto the face a little bit (I noticed paint bleeding and straying all over the place on every figure in the wave utlimately... some worse than others, some in more noticeable places than others, so look over paintjobs if you have time and multiple figs to pick from). Also the rainbow on the helmet is really bad, and a step down from the original figure he's based on. Whatever paint they used was much more realistic and didn't have this "light effect" on it. That rainbow is just horrible.
-Sidious... Pretty cool figure all around. Other than he can't really be posed with the hood on so you can have him look different directions other than down (or so it appears), he really is nice.
Are his hands re-used from the Evolutions Palpatine? They're very wrinkly and old looking, and don't match the character's head. That's my only gripe with him ultimately.
-Maul... Not opened yet. I'm waiting on him, but from the packaged figure I don't believe he'll be disappointing at all. Some gripes on the headsculpt that I've read, but honestly I'm content I think. He looks good to me except that his saber lacks any paint details, which tons of his old figures have nicely painted sabers. That's a bit irksome.
I noticed some paint washes on figures like the Naboo soldier... Nice to see. Just wish that, when they do actually do paint aps like they used to do, they didn't do them sloppy. Those hairlines that got messed up were very noticeable and at this point things that used to be more of a nitpick are now a glaring mistake IMO.
Skipped the battledroid. I won't buy something underscaled at this point and price. I'll stick with my old droids that are the proper height.