I really like the Stass Allie Pack in figure. She's not bad at all for a pack in. In fact..I like her over any Adi Gallia Hasbro has produed over these past few years.
Actually, the most interesting thing about her is the skirt. I think she is the first figure with a plastic skirt in where the skirt is cut properly to allower her to sit. I would have liked to have seen this on Kit fisto and Plo Koon.
I just picked up the Stass Allie set and overall she isn't a bad figure. It would have been nice if perhaps she was given ball jointed hips so she wouldn't look a bit awkward in standing up, but her feet could still reach the pedals. The skirt is a nice touch, does let her sit on the bike just nicely, I am a bit surprised they didn't go for a softgoods skirt there. My only problem with Stass herself is the figure I got has her eyes looking off to the right, so she isn't exactly a safe driver.
Now as for the bike, I think it's ok, unfortunately it suffers from Hasbro's inane use of soft plastics, especially in areas that should use hard plastics like the forward cannons. The right cannon was pointing downwards before I even opened the package.
Cool looking bike though and I thought the addition of the landing gear was a nice touch. A button to make the whole thing explode like the old Speeder bikes would have been a nice touch.
I also picked up the Crab Droid today. Overall it's a solid and bulky toy, just as big as the AT-RT, but for $5-$10 less. It's biggest flaw is while the moving legs is a nice concept, the button is designed that it requires a hard push to get the legs to move and when that happens you don't get a smooth effect. Instead you get a shudder that leaves you wanting the droid to do more. Also they didn't paint the eyes on the droid, despite it being prominently featured on the packaging in the movie images of the droid. A little bit of paint will fix that though.