In-depth Review? Hell no! Those are for my dayjob.
But i'll give a rundown of what you wanna know for sure Dr. P.
-Yoda & Grievous... If you have the figures these 2 are descendant of, you have these figures, or even better versions of them as the paint aps of these 2 are in doubt as far as quality.
-Anakin... Face sculpt actually looks ok, but it's all about the paint aps. Mine appears to have brown lipstick on. The sculpt overall is good though, with lots of detail. His ripped pants, his torn up undershirt... He is a nicely sculpted figure. His bionic arm is particularly nice with it actually being "hollow" in the center with lots and lots of detail...
His left arm is everything a bare-arm could be, and shows the type of arm that Dagobah Luke SHOULD have had instead of the 2 pre-posed sets. Nicely hidden articulation on bare arms is unheard of, but Hasbro nailed it.
The bent ankles ruin the Anakin for me, but he does have ball/socket knees. give him straight-posed legs in their sculpt though, and the articulation would've easily yielded action poses, and I'd be a completely 100% satisfied customer with the Anakin. paint can be touched up, but bent ankles cannot.
-Obi-Wan... Not bad if you can get past the holes for the armor that are on his legs, arms, shoulders, etc... The body is just a cape with the armor stuck on it. Very lame. The armor overall looks like ****, to be perfectly blunt, and the only thing that fits the figure well is his helmet. The rest of the armor's a waste.
The lance is really great... Rubbery, but not terribly so, and so it's kinda neat.
BTW, both Ani and Obi's sabers are kind of lamely painted.
Obi's articulation is nice with ball/socket ankles, angle-cut elbows, wrist joints, ball/socket shoulders... Obi-Wan turned out nice.
Anakin and Obi-Wan BOTH have non-poseable right legs however. Due I'd say to the action feature. I forgot to mention that on Anakin. Another major drawback to both figures unfortunately, so beyond the ankles on Anakin tack on his right leg.
-Assajj is a completely new sculpt, and seems more accurate to her cartoon without looking too cartoony. She looks "real" but far better to her CW figure. Her sabers are single-piece, but still interlock to form a saber staff like the CW Assajj figure.
Assajj has holsters for her sabers, however she can't use them since the blades don't come off her sabers. Very stupid really, to sculpt a figure from scratch like that, include the holsters for the sabers, then not re-use teh 2-piece saber mold as it was, but rather mold it solid with the blades. Dumb.
Assajj lacks articulation that the CW version had. She has no wrist joints, just angle-cuts at her elbows. The CW's a better figure for poses. The 5-pack also lacks the removable cloak the original figure had...
To be honest, the 2 Assajj figs are a draw actually. The 5-pack's more accurate to the toon, however she doesn't accept as many cool poses as the first Assajj... I wouldn't say she'd make me wanna buy the set though. The Obi-Wan's closer to perfection really.
No figure in the set's perfect. Too bad, as they came close with the 3 figures in the set people want (Obi, Ani, Assajj). Oh well... Hope that little breakdown of the set helped ya some. It's a bit rambling, but I was working fast on this one.