Echoing what others have said....overall I'm a little underwhelmed as well. There is a lot of stuff on the way that I'm pretty excited about (new TVC figures in particular), but I'm a little worried about the amount of TPM stuff coming next year. It is nice to see the focus on a movie that doesn't get it very often, but at the same time I'm not entirely convinced that the 3D release is going to be this huge smash that all the kids will be lining up to get toys from. The nicer figures in the Movie Heroes line (Wave 2 Anakin, Jar Jar, etc.) could be tough to find if we have a ton of Wave 1 stuff shipping. I could see those easily slipping into the TVC line instead, but oh well.
The re-releasing of really old stuff just seems silly though. It seems like they had gotten away from that for the most part for awhile, but it looks like we're seeing really old version of Obi-Wan, Jango, Chewie, and Han in those battle packs, not to mention some of the other stuff shown. They have better (perfect) versions available of all those figures, why not include those? We've always complained about "repacks" over the years, but it seems like it hasn't been as bad recently. This is a return to some badness, and I could see those Battle Packs clogging the shelves quite a bit. Not a huge deal, as they are more kid focused as well for the most part, but I just don't get it. Like Scott mentioned, I wonder if sales are struggling a bit or something.
I can't remember where I read it now (it may have been a play-by-play of the Panel somewhere), but I thought they said something like 15 new CW figures for 2012 (that number may be off, but it was low). I know they can cruise on repacks for a lot of that line, but it is really getting pushed aside for the TPM push (and TVC, if that 55 number holds up - even with re-releases). Seeing as TPM is fairly universally the least liked movie of the Saga, I wonder how things will look each year as another movie is released (if successful). Might be some slim times for CW collectors.
Overall, some neat stuff shown that I'm still excited for, but it will be interesting to see how the line does in the coming months/years. Like it was said, Legends wasn't exactly tearing things up, so I don't fault them for trying something new either - and the light up saber things (although obviously not for collectors) is something kind of cool for kiddos. My main worry is that they are putting a little too much TPM stuff out there, and it might not move for awhile. They seem to think it is going to be more popular this time around or something.