Exactly. I mean, do we start including the vintage 3-packs as legit variations? what about pack-in figures? It just seems like something of a waste of time unless it's legitimately helpful to people as some way to catalog what they have.
Well, I was just operating under the assumption that it would be a similar calculation to the "300th" Fett, where they were supposedly only going with regular carded
figures. They may have something else in mind, but regular carded figures would indeed give you the lowest potential number, which is their best shot at this point, since we can see they're already over that as well.
I'm sure it'll be pretty entertaining, just like the last go-round with Fett. The end result with the Fett, IIRC, was that they were "only" off somewhere between 3-7 figures altogether (granted, not if you break it down on a 100, 200, 300 basis). I have a feeling they won't be anywhere close to such a minor discrepancy this time around.
I was also speculating a while back though, that they may be nixing the entire vintage run this time in their calculation, so maybe "modern line" is going to be the ticket here...