Has anyone ever wished that Hasbro would make vintage-compatible action figures, as well as vehicles and playsets, of characters from sources other than the OT? I have wished for something like this since TPM came out. I missed out on the vintage figures when I was a kid, other than a four-pack of recasts (Luke, Vader, Han, and Chewie) Hasbro released around the time that Power of the Force 1995 started. I don't need realistic or otherwise fashionable sculpts: give me something that hearkens back to the good ol' days I missed out on. I would personally like a vintage-style Qui-Gon Jinn, among others of my favorite characters. It would be a billion dollar idea, seeing as Hasbro has never done this, even though the market for it would eventually cool off. I have heard tell of Hasbro making recasts of the vintage line, including one new figure (Grand Moff Tarkin). Could this be a testing of the waters for something like what I am talking about? Does anyone know why they haven't done something like this sooner? For instance, are the rights for the Kenner-style sculpts not in Hasbro's hands for some reason? If they were worried about making collectors angry, it seems like recasting existing figures is more likely to do that than making ones based on the myriad characters who never got a vintage sculpt. Also, Funko seems to have already used this idea with their Reaction Figures line of products.