I was shocked to find Antilles, Dodonna, and the new TIE Pilot at my local Wal-Mart the day before yesterday. I had really wanted Gold Leader, but he'd already been snagged, so I brought these three home, and found the Antilles figure to be most satisfactory in nearly all respects.
I would say the likeness is accurate, but that's hard to say, given that the only time I saw Antilles in the movie was when he is being strangled. But I like the figure's face, anyway; the expression fits him being strangled, or reviewing his troops, or just watching television. The removable helmet is a great thing, and the helmet even has a small antenna on the side. He can look up or down, with a tendency to look up.
Additional articulation at the shoulders, elbows, and wrists makes for a figure that can hold a number of poses. I have kept him with his hands behind his back, a la the Imperial Officer; this pose reminds me a little of the rows of Rebel technicians we see at the Yavin IV awards ceremony, so Antilles could conceivably become an army-builder figure. With a little effort, one can actually pose this guy with Vader in mid-strangulation; I used the Bespin Duel Vader, and the latter is sufficiently heavy (with a RealStand) to keep from toppling over when clutching Antilles' throat.
There is no knee articulation, and (like Dodonna and the TIE Pilot), no waist articulation. Unlike Dodonna, however, Antilles has a working holster, half-hidden by his wonderfully detailed jacket. Takes some doing to get the blaster in its holster, but it can be done. The dark brown stripes on his pants are actually sculpted, and only add to this figure's overall quality.
All in all, I think Antilles is a high mark in this wave, and the entire Saga line. We can only hope all Star Wars figures approach this standard.
My grade: A+.