^ Chewie, I genuinely appreciate your "glass-half-full" outlook on SW collecting (it's a welcome counterpoint to some of the nitpicking and griping I've seen), and more often than not I agree with your assesments, but in this case I think people have darn good reason to complain.
Neither figure is remotely accurate to the scenes they're supposed to represent. Would it have killed Hasbro to give Obi-Wan a hood? And like Broem, I would have loved to see Queen Breha instead of Bail, but I recognize that's way out of the realm of possibility for Hasbro these days.
But would it have been so hard to tweak Bail's outfit so it matched the scene in question? Heck, they probably could have used Dooku's or the POTJ Imperial Officer's torso and then simply crafted the additional "skirt" part of the coat.
An exclusive is supposed to have some special or distinguishing feature (anyone remember the Wal-Mart Exclusive Max Rebo band 2-packs?). These do not--well, besides the babies.
It depresses me that these two extremely pivotal scenes of the saga--and the "first" figures of Luke and Leia--are represented so poorly in the toy arena. After the Mustafar duel, these are arguably the most important scenes in all the prequels (not to mention something people have wanted to see for 20+ years) so the toy versions deserved much better treatment.
(If it had been me, I would have done old-school Cinema Scenes with Obi-Wan/Beru/Owen, and Bail/Breha/and ... maybe Antilles or the midwife droid. But I recognize that that is neither here nor there.)
Now that these have been made, it's quite unlikely that better versions will be released in the future.