I'm loving ROTS because of the softgoods features... Not exclusively, but they're a huge part anyway.
Case in point, Luminara Unduli and Shaak Ti are both the best "apology" figures from their Saga incarnations that I could fathom, short of ball/socket ankles and elbows (yeah, nothing's perfect). A look at Luminara's skirt, and it's flawless. It has texture that looks in-scale, it has ribs in it that look like folds in the fabric in-scale... She's great, and it allows for one super poseable (mostly) Jedi. I love that figure, and Shaak too.
Count Dooku, and his upcoming Evolutions version, both are, again, near flawless in my opinion. Great figures.
Ki-Adi has a great softgoods robe too, and makes for the best version of his figure so far. He's fantastic.
I think cloth allowed this too... It doesn't look bulky or puffy on any of these figures to me, and it fits perfectly. I'd cite the Royal Guards, but they already have been mentioned.
At times it's good... At times it's not so good. I'm ok with certain figures (VOTC Yoda) because alongside him came the OTC Yoda... You get the best of both really, at about the same time. I actually like VOTC better I think just because it's the first really poseable Yoda...
I think ROTS has done well for cloth features though. I think Saesee Tinn is a huge step forward compared to his Clone Wars version... A little fabric glue though, and CW SaeSae Tinn looks pretty good too. Sometimes the cloth just isn't great because they can't all be hand-sewn and have special attention paid.
Obi-Wan VOTC though... That's bad softgoods robes. You make that in a light/limp fabric like the "Total Control" Mace Windu's cloak though, and you have yourself a really REALLY nice removable cloth Jedi robe. Sometimes it's more the quality material used than the idea that all soft goods look bad...