It would be great if they released the landspeeder from Season Two for him to drive.^ Ditto, but this guy falls into "Patrick's Promise" regarding figures that interacted with the Crest during Season 1. The Season 2 appearance only helps, too. Through those glasses he makes sense.
He's a cool, unique alien. Weird torso joint and all. Maybe that joint is key to getting him to sit somewhere, like the Imperial Troop Transport or Nevarro Cantina.
I'd never been able to put my finger on what bothered me about him being in Star Wars, but I think that's it. He reminds me of Mott, or the Hierarchy aliens from VOY.... even though this one looks like it came out of ST:TNG. I'm thankful that they're offering more accessories, they have been sorely missed for years.
Well to be fair Hasbro showed a digital render for that figure and the seam looked almost seamless, then pictures of the actual figure surfaced with people posing it weirdly so the gap looked less than desirable. End result was that Greef in particular was one of the better done figures in regards to the torso joint. So yes I hope they can continue this quality on future figures.The split torso when done right provides an amazing range of motion. People complained and complained and complained about Greef Carga (before the actual figure was even seen) and in hand the split is barely noticeable and is fully functional to the point that I hope it is the standard all these figures are up to going forward.