I've found them all now, except:
Ach Med Beq
The Hoth wave is truly a mix of ups and downs... The luke's a great figure, but the lack of a working holster, the goggles, and some other things kind of bring him down a notch. Still a great figure, just could've been a LOT better with some little tweakings here and there. (Scott mentioned a running change with a "Clean" heasculpt which would've been nice too).
The Hoth Trooper though, is a terrible figure. He's everything I felt he would be from early shots, so I'm thorougly disappointed in him. He lacks everything an army builder should have... Articulation is weak, pose is awkward, he's extremely short for some reason, and his face has a sort of dumbfounded look, and his holster doesn't work. These things truly kick this figure down a lot of notches.
I hope he sees a super articulated resculpt someday, because I'm finding the Hoth uniform hides articulation quite well in all the folds and wrinkles. Then again I think Hasbro's pretty good at hiding all articulation in any uniform anymore. Even Aalya Secura's bare-shoulders are a sort of hidden joint suprisingly.
R-3PO is a great sculpt, and while some are saying he's reused partly from the Deluxe 3PO last year, I don't believe them to be correct. He's got a much crisper detail to him, or at least mine do, and I am noticing very VERY slight differences. The main one being the electronic/wiring of the torso is noticeably different than C-3PO's was. It's longer/larger.
Reuse of parts or not though, it's a great figure from top to bottom, if not maybe a little dull. His only flaws to me are articulation and the lack of a decent accessory. The stand's dull, but a Hoth equipment box, or a piece of console, or even a Hoth-specific base would've been better.
Good figure though, and looks neat with K-3PO.
The others I'd picked up earlier... now I just need those variation figures, and the Wampa, and I'll be set. Should be fun tracking those down. ugh...