I was lucky enough to walk into the local WM within minutes of them actually stocking the CW figures. They had apparently stocked two cases worth of the figures, and the case assortment seemed to be the same one that you listed, Tydirium. I can confirm that in this case, there were no white Clones, and the only color variants were the yellow and blue (no red).
I would assume (and you know what that does) that the red and (if they are going to rerelease it) white clones will be in another case assortment. I don't care for this personally, since it means there will be one "new" figure in a case full of stuff that has already been released, thus making it more difficult to find, but if they actually do a blue ARC and pack them both at more than one per case, it could be a bit easier.
The more I've thought about it, the more I am baffled by the rationale of packing Durge (who, technically, "died" in Season 1) in this new assortment, as opposed to Yoda, who would probably (likely) sell a whole lot more than Durge. I'm not all that thrilled with the repacks anyway (although I understand that not everyone lives close to a Target), but the choice of Durge kind of confuses me.
And now, more than ever, I really wish they would continue this subline. I really enjoy the cartoons and I love the figures (all of them, even Durge) and I would be thrilled if they kept the line going, especially with the main character designs seemingly "updated" for Season 3. Oh, Snow Bunny Padme and Clone Armor Obi-Wan, wherefore art thou?
Oh, and even though this has nothing to do with the toys, could someone tell me where in the continuity the CW animated series falls? I casually read the Republic comic every now and again, and if there is a whole subplot of Obi-Wan going after Ventress when she's already been killed by Anakin, I'm sure you can tell where I'm a bit confused.