I hope that this doesn't become a heated debate or anything, and I'm sorry if this topic is repetitive. After looking at the preview over at GH of the new Jedi Luke, it got me to thinking about what some of your opinions are on the plastic or cloth cape, cloak, etc. issue. I guess I'm staying on both sides, because I don't have problems with either way I guess. However, I think sometimes I seem to gravitate towards cloth a little (maybe because of nostalgia from the vintage line). Although I admit that it doesn't always sit or "lay" correctly or realistically on the figure (even the Jedi Luke doesn't, or one that many people like...POTJ Lando...it doesn't necessarily look "realistic" but still good). I guess I had the same problem with my vintage Jedi Luke, and it didn't bother me then. I also like the use of cloth on the screen scenes Mace and Yarael, I think it looks fairly good, and allows them to sit. I'm also one that is hoping if there is an Endor Han next year, his poncho is cloth like the vintage, as long as it looks decent. I don't really have a problem with plastic capes, etc. either, until I recently received my Throne Room Duel Vader from Kebco. I don't know about you guys, but this figure is next to impossible to stand, or put the helmet on the same time as the cape, etc. I don't know if I have honestly ever been quite as frustrated with displaying a figure. But, then I also picked up the Death Star Clash Vader (or whatever its called, the one from the MOTDS two pack that was recently re-released), and I think this Vader looks great, the cloth cape hangs nicely, etc. Anyways, I can see both sides of it...but I was wondering what some of your opinions are. Are you plastic all the way? cloth all the way? a little bit of both? or don't care?