Just a couple of nitpicks here on the set now that I've had a day to look it over and scrutinize it:
First of all, the name "Commander Bacara" is not mentioned anywhere on the box itself. In the bio it refers to "Their commander" but it doesn't say Bacara specifically. Therefore, we have another Clone Commander who doesn't have a name (I personally like Nathan's "Bluecara" suggestion myself).
As for the armor on this commander, I think I've come up with a reasonable EU-esque explanation for this. A lot of people have automatically assumed that the gear being worn by Bacara's soldiers on Mygeeto is just for cold weather ops, since they resemble the Snowtrooper armor of the OT. The background I have read on them is that the armor is actually a "hostile environment" type of field attire that can be used not only in cold temperatures, but also in polluted air, fires, etc.
So, I put forth the idea that Commander Bluecara is wearing the Bacara-style filter helmet because of the burning ash and possible pollutants in the Coruscant atmosphere due to the ships from the opening space battle in ROTS coming through the atmosphere and crashing, and the dead Jedi smell coming from the burning temple. Or one of the Clones had beans for dinner and Bluecara wasn't having any of that **** on his watch, literally.
On the pack-in weaponry front, there is only one extra small blaster included (presumably for Bluecara), but it and the other two small blasters have a slimmer handle than the basic carded versions of this gun. Due to the rubber band fetish of Hasbro, none of these guns will fit securely in the Clones' hands. The solution I found is that the blasters included with the Clone Pilots have a wider handle than other figures, and even though they don't fit perfectly, they fit much better than the included guns do. Plus it gives me something to do with those guns from the extra Clone Pilots.
As mentioned earlier, there are no pegholes in the feet of the gray Clones, and that's disappointing. Also disappointing is the fact that the Clones are riding in a cardboard representation of the Republic Gunship which is nowhere to be seen on store shelves right now unless you live near a Bizarro-World Toys R Us or Kay Bee Toys. Oh well, kids won't be able to find the Clones or the Gunship at Target, so it all evens out.
Last thing: The plastic used on Bluecara's head is not as sturdy as the plastic used on the basic Bacara. The antenna on mine already has a little crack in it, so be very careful out there with this one, folks.