Agreed, and sadly Toy Biz didn't see what they COULD have been doing to keep the line going. Let's face it, the army builders in this line were a bitch to find for most, and they still are. Orcs of all kinds are at a premium, the Rodian's could've had multiple releases and (gasp) one with a horse would've been nice and TB saw fit not to do the logical choice.
Easterlings, of course... And then Haradirrim... The Corsairs... Orcs, Uruk Hai... Gondorian horsemen, Gondorian Rangers, Faramir's Lt., More Gondorian soldiers... And the people buying this stuff lately weren't the movie people necessarilly but the hardcore TOlkien fans who would buy all kinds of random stuff. You could've milked this license for a while.
No men of Bree, no Dwarves besides Gimli... There was more potential to it I think, had the line been widdled down to a collector-oriented thing, where they could've kept it alive with characters people wanted that were obscure and army builders, and not have killed the line like they did. I mean, who honestly saw the Moria Goblin hardly at all? These figures were a pain in the ass for people to find much less find multiples, so it was disappointing to say the least.
This could be a frightening glimpse into SW's future if their TV ventures flop.