I agree with what everyone has been saying here as well. I really hope that they continue the cardback style that we are going to see in the OTC collection....for both OT and PT figures. I think the cards really stand out, and are the best cards we have seen in the modern line.
As far as the actual "toys" themselves, I agree with the obvious that I don't want to see any more "action features". As I have been packing up my collection in the past couple of weeks getting ready to move, I have realized once again how much I dislike these things. It really hurt a lot of figures that could have been great. I'm also not a big fan of the extreme poses. At first I didn't think they were too bad, and figures like Luminara do "look" good...but I'd rather have more static poses. Neutral, but with the articulation that allows you to put them in poses yourself. I agree with increased, standard articulation as well. I like a lot of posability, but the ability for them to stand neutrally as well. From the pics we've seen, the VOTC figures are a good example of this. I don't want articulation to the point where they look goofy, since they are in the 3 3/4" scale, but as long as they do it well, and where appropriate, I'm all for it. Example, to me, figures like the upcoming Lobot (as well as Dodonna, etc.) don't have to have as much articulation necessarily as Vader, Han, Luke, etc.
I also could do without overly done multiple versions of characters in the same outfit, but that does come with the territory. I don't mind it if it is resculpts years apart, to adapt with evolving technologies where the figures are worlds better than they were years back. I'm actually someone that enjoys seeing main characters once in awhile, in resculpt form, when they are done better than before. For example, I have more than my share of Commtech Han Solo, and I think that figure is great, but the upcoming VOTC one, while the same outfit, looks much better to me. The multiples I don't care for are, for example, in movie years. I didn't need quite so many Jangos or Mauls, or Anakins...but then again, I didn't HAVE to buy them either. If I went back, I probably wouldn't have bought all of them. But, like I said, this is just part of the line....we'll get one or the other, multiple character versions like the past couple prequel movies....or rehashed figures like was done in the vintage days (which didn't seem too bad back then, you could pretty much always find who you were looking for).
Finally, this is getting long...sorry, I'm down with people who would like to see some playsets. Now I realize it is probably a bit of a risk for Hasbro to put out tons of playsets like we had in the vintage line, but it wouldn't be so bad to see one every once in awhile. Personally, I'd really like to see a Death Star playset again, even if it was a vintage re-do type of thing. I never had that as a kid, and always wanted it. Otherwise, I agree with what others have seen, and I hope the line is at least close to what everyone wants in the future.