This set is ok, decent, but nothing to write home about. The paint details are all pretty good except for on the missiles where you don't really care at all anyway; the paint on the scanner is really top notch, I was kinda shocked. The backpack is a total borf though, they used hard plastic for the "hooks" that slide over a figure's shoulders, but it doesn't fit the included fig because the hard plastic used won't give way to accept the collar; the hook section is pegged in so the backpack can actually rotate around the hook section, but this feels like it WILL break sooner or later if I use it. Other than that, nice enough materials and paint apps, a little mismatch in color from the legs to the crotch piece.
The gas mask(s, there are 2) are well-painted and fit over the included fig's head - it takes a LOT of effort to do though, but it looks pretty good once in place. The gun is basic black plastic, not as rubbery as many POTJ/SAGA weapons though.
The figure's head is identical to the basic Hoth solider figure except with a darker beard, the body is Luke Hoth all the way down to the odd pose of the feet, they didn't even change the '97 copyright date on the figure's foot. The power box is hollow and nothing fantastic, but makes for an adequate background prop.
The tank is very anti-SW but sorta well-designed, it appears to be from another line, possibly GI Joe -- it has rubbery non-rolling treads and a non-opening hatch/door on the top of the tank right in the middle of where the turret goes that makes no sense at all. The turret's missile-launching button is satisfying in a basic "big button pushing" manner, and the missile goes far enough to be considered not a dud.
If this set had been $7.50, it'd be worth the money even with the recycled figure elements and accessories; but at $9.99 it feels overpriced for what you get. Still, having a Hoth rebel officer rather than a grunt is a good deal. GRADE: somewhere between B- and C+