Some definitely great looking figures. The Concept trooper looks even better than the earlier photos. He'll make a neat variation. I'm trying to figure what I'll use his pieces for customizing-wise. I'm hoping for some kind of walker pilot or something. The shield's neat for a riot shield too.
The Bail Organa figure is probably one of the better sculpts I've noticed of late.
The Obi-Wan is ok, but no sabre? A sabre with removeable blade where the hilt connects to his belt would've been ideal. I like the Obi sculpt... not sure on the stance yet. It's the best Obi-Wan so far it seems, but that lack of a sabre is annoying (unless it's hidden in there?)
Elan looks great. For such a stupid name, his character and figure came out great. Working holster w/blaster is a great touch to a figure that never pulled a gun on-screen. He seems to maybe have some deathsticks included too?
The Twi'Lek isn't overly interesting considering she's the 4th Hot Twi'Lek we've ever seen/gotten but it's something different I guess. She will compliment a Lt. Faytonni figure well I think as he puts his mack swerve on her. (God willing I ever find a Faytonni figure... I wanna make Republic Military customs!)
The Imperial Dignitary is as good as Organa I think... A nice "senator" type of figure... Looks like a decent pose, and the fact another one (maybe 2) are coming out is good news for diorama nuts. It's a good dull figure for the adult collectors.
Padme Tatooine... Eh, it's Padme in one of her outfits. It's welcome but I find the multiple costume changes of Padme to be a bit redundant/unnecessary, and thus her figures are too. It looks like a sharp sculpt though... So it's a decent enough figure and it's something new which is good.
Overall this wave looks great... one of the best waves to come out since April 2002, and it's nice to see things changing finally towards the collectors that stick with the hobby.
Over a year of raw craptastic figures has soured me on the line some, so it's nice to see some solid new figures dominating an entire new wave. This past year+ has been hell for just terribly executed toys from Hasbro. Have they learned some valuable lessons? I really REALLY hope so.