And to top it all off, they used the POTF2 Bossk - who isn't bad, but the Saga one is a tad better....
You know, in all fairness, the POTF2 Bossk is actually one of about five figures that still holds up great, sculpt-wise, when compared with the current stuff. I actually like the head on the POTF2 version a lot better than the Saga/OTC one, and if it weren't for the articulation on the newer one, I'd take the POTF2 version any day of the week.
The one that gets me is the 300th Boba Fett being repackaged again
. My argument with it being repackaged for the fourth time isn't that it decreases the value of the 300th Fett from the POTJ line financially, but more from a "special" standpoint.
The 300th Fett was, top to bottom, a great figure to commemorate a much more feasible milestone and was supposed to be a special release. Now, it's been rereleased twice already and now a third time with little to no changes to it, thus kind of taking away from the specialness of the 300th packaging (for me at least). I don't know if that made any sense, but I guess it would be like rereleasing the 500th Vader in a Battle Pack but without the meditation chamber.
That being said, the 300th Fett looks kind of silly standing in an action pose alongside the other five neutrally posed bounty hunters. Maybe Piett's voice was loud enough for everyone to hear him.
Still, 35 bucks seems like a great price for this set, considering it gives people a shot at Vader and all six bounty hunters in one fell swoop. I won't be buying it, but I think it's a good idea for people who don't have all of these guys already.