I wish there was a double- or triple-like button.I'll jump on that classic color scheme- it looks great on this type of figure.
Aaaaaaaand, just to irk some folks whistling... before you start going off on how these types of figures are only worth "vintage" costs of $3 or so, consider the fact that in relative terms, that IS what you're paying. If you demand $3 figures to buy, make sure you tell your boss you're happy to work for about $2.75 per hour, because THAT is the reality of that time. You would have to work a bit over an hour at minimum wage to buy a Star Wars figure, pretty much EXACTLY what a minimum wager would have to do today.
So actually, with the simple rules of inflation, a Star Wars figure costs almost exactly the same as it did 35 years ago. And Hasbro (you know, the stupid, evil, mountain of mistakes that they are ) has somehow managed to turn a large portion of the line into amazingly articulated and sculpted figures. That should be commended, but nooooo, everyone just ******* and ******* because HasBLOW didn't make your perfect figure. It's kinda funny, in a sad sort of way. I wouldn't be surprised if Hasbro has considered dropping the line just so they didn't have to listen to all the whining.
I, for one, have a collection of Star Wars toys that I NEVER could have dreamed of when I got that Death Star Playset for Christmas back in the 70's. Hasbro has SO many figures that can be considered some of the finest action figures ever made, if they drop some turds beside them it's to be expected and not really a problem.
So that, and the fact that 90% of the personal collection photos that I see show all of these amazingly articulated figures (wait for it...) LINED UP IN NEUTRAL POSES. I just don't understand why the hate flows so strongly....