Best 3.75" Figure: I'm torn on Meru Meru or Pablo Jill... I'd give a close 3rd to Luke Ceremony because he's OT, he's vastly different to the 2007 figure (all positive, if not subtle ways), and that's about it... TBS is good quality, there just wasn't much of it to judge by ultimately.
Best Vehicle: I don't have much to pick from here so I'm going with nothing... Some of the mini-rigs are cooll, but not that exciting to me (still interesting, I liked Yoda's ride too for the concept alone). The TIE Interceptor was the only ship I had interest in owning really but I can't say I was excited by it. I think the Slave-I is quality people (collectors) wanted though, so I'd have to give it a nod too even though I don't actually own it, nor do I plan to own it.
Best 6" Figure: I don't own one, but my vote goes to Han... He's so far the only figure to truly tempt me. The Sandtrooper almost did, but not quite. Han, I have a hard time passing every time I see him. The idea of a whole new line of toys to collect is enough to keep me away.
Best Exclusive: K-Mart wins... The Ewok Catapult is great, but just a slight notch below great priced generic Imperial Trooper army builder 2-packs, complete with large random background accessory. This is the type of thing collectors once got toy erections over. It was also one of the only difficult things to find this year not counting Wave 3 of TBS which is just limping out to retail. Exclusives were limited to 3 retailers mostly (Target's lame one doesn't even count). Amazon certainly made things easy but nothing was on par with K-Mart. Toys R Us is the only one to come close with their Jedi sets, and the very fact they're PT makes them lose (And I still like PT stuff).
Best Multi-Pack: Again, K-Mart's 2-packs... With the Ewoks slightly behind the Imperial sets.
My worst is fairly simple...
Movie Heroes/Legends was, to me, a failure in every way but Hasbro recognizing price is an issue with this line's popularity overall at this point. Now if they can just get somewhere between $5 and $10 in both price and quality, and I'll be impressed a bit more.
Only one thing to me was worse, and that's these shampoo bottle figures. I get the idea they're going with there. They're failing though despite the low price for a large figure. The 12" world of figures really needs abandoned by mass production and left to smaller companies like Sideshow, Dragon, Hot Toys, etc.
However I think the 12" bottles will go away. I can't say underarticulated "cheap" figures are going to do the same. If anything, I feel that's the direction the line will go more as we go forward. It'll only truly start to disappointment as figures of new characters from new properties will be left to this style. Captain Rex is my first major sting from this. There will be more though, as 2015 nears.