I know a lot of you are gonna look at me like I'm "the fat guy" on "At the Movies" (I know it's Ebert, but people always still say that even though Siskel has passed away), but I really like this figure set! Okay... let's start with the bad. The Super Battle Droid, while the arm is in proper positioning for firing, cannot stand. He does have holes in his feet if you want to put him elsewhere, but there is nowhere to stand him in this set. The top portion of the crane rests on a little peg coming from the shaft. It is perched there until you either bump the set or actually push Yoda into the button under the base. The crane arm is bent... I'm not sure if that's because of the soft plastic or the way it was packed, but it is even bent in the package pictures.
Now for the good. The Yoda figure isn't that bad. He has a magnet in his hand (standard these days for the Jedi figures), but only three articulation points (hear and both arms). I know you are going to think this is a rip-off, but what others may have failed to mention is that Yoda has two magnets in his feet! The reason for this? You know that control lever that is on the base? It has a spot to which the figure is attracted. When you move the lever around, Yoda scoots across the surface of the "floor" like "magic." The gold knob on the lever twists, which also causes Yoda to twist.
Anyhow... it took a few tries before I found the "sweet spot" under the floor that causes a portion of the floor to pop up and topple the droid off the base. It also took a few MORE tries before I was able to find the button to which the crane is connected. You can lower the arm support peg by either draggin the lever across it or bumping into it and turning the knob.
I really enjoyed this set and wish there had been a little more "floor" area. It's still pretty cool for a $10.00 toy. I hope you like it as much as I do!
SOLID A for sure!