Now I'm back I can put some thoughts down.
Overall I was actually impressed with the TPM offerings. The line is sizable given this is a modest re-release and this is the least popular of the SW films overall. I think Hasbro is banking on the kids that came in with TPM getting hit by that nostalgia bug so many of us did back in the 90's. It's a gamble, but from my perspective, they are taking the opportunity to do some really cool things.
The Naboo Starfighter is pretty cool. I got to play with it a little bit when I was talking to Daryl DePriest about another possible vehicle (something very big from TPM will be at TF - we discussed specifically MTT but no official confirmation). I loved that the pilots have the trench coats. I actually geeked out over this. They are finally catching up to Ratts, Mawhonic, the last Naboo R2, just a lot of great stuff. Mawhonic is terribly underscaled though, unless I am forgetting something.
We talked a bit about the WM wave, which Daryl said would be in heavy distribution. He then showed me the other carded samples which weren't out yet (Naboo Pilot, Gungan, etc). He mentioned something about WM having a Ultimate Force FX Qui Gon saber but that wasn't at the show I don't think.
I really like the vintage offerings, especially Luke and the Navy Officer. I didn't even realize Vader was new. Daryl really insisted on the vintage distribution problems being solved going forward.
CW - I mentioned my thoughts in a CW thread, but the slim pickings are temporary. I liked what I saw, but I'm ready for more.
Movie Heroes - I liked the new TPM stuff in general. The light up figs are what they are. Maul wasn't possible due to some reason, so they went with a wrist action thing. Couldn't tell if Anakin was new, but I liked him. Padme and Jar Jar were very nice.
I'm a bit mystified by the vintage boxes. This is a separate line from the other ships - is the Naboo FIghter going to be vintage?
All in all, it was a good show and there is lots to look forward to.