I'm back to my old paranoid self about the way these will be shipped, because I have, after my initial concerns months ago, ended up moving. I'm fully expecting them to ship via a cheap method so that they won't be forwarded. I've sent Hasbro CS an email, and with some hope, they'll get back to me before November.
Jared, while I certainly hope that you'll get your figures, given Hasbro's attitude that nothing they do is wrong, you'll probably get the following response:
Thank you for contacting Hasbro Consumer Affairs.
Unfortunately, the item which you inquired about is being handled by a fulfillment company outside of Hasbro Toys, Inc. and as such, orders already placed cannot be changed.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused you, and we will be sending you a coupon in the mail for use on a future Hasbro Toys purchase.
We hope you continue to enjoy our products for years to come.
They'll attempt to deflect all responsibility for the toys, then if that doesn't work, they'll do the Obi-Wan JSF trick and cry "STORE EXCLUSIVE! WE CAN'T DO ****!", and Jebus help you if you ask them for the fulfillment center's contact information.
Paranoid ramblings that probably make you feel worse aside, Jared, the best thing you can probably do at this point is to contact the Post Office where you used to live to ask that all mail delivered to your old address be forwarded to your new address regardless, or at the very least held for pickup by a designated agent of your choice (like Matt, or someone else in Southern CA). It still doesn't guarantee that you'll get the figures, but I think that asking Hasbro about it will be like beating your head against the wall after a certain point.