OK, calm down! I get that the point is awesome figures in a larger scale that allows for more detail! I own them all and love most of them all (Leia's a bit iffy). I'm asking the question, "What is Hasbro philosophy with these?" Looking at most figures from series 1 and 2, it would seem that Hasbro was pretty dedicated to releasing a figure that was definitive for the character. With the Sandtrooper, you got three different weapons (granted, they could still do released with different colored shoulder pads); Maul came with both his cloaked and uncloaked looks and with the ability to have a split saber. R2-D2 was pretty versatile for nearly any scene in any of the films. Han's a pretty definitive EpIV Han with his Falcon gunner's gloves and Stormtrooper belt. Here comes series 3, though: ROTS Obi-Wan, however, and he has no cloak. Bespin doesn't have a beat up face or a missing hand. With the smaller figures minor variants seemed like part of the game, but that doesn't seem as feasible with the 6 inch figures. Do you think series 3 is a fluke or is Hasbro going to try and release variants of characters (beat up Bespin Luke, "cloaked" Ep III Obi-Wan) to pad the line and recoup the unique tooling costs?