With the immense popularity of clones and the equally immense number of versions of clones that can be made, I'm thinking it could be a good idea to release a subset of clones, much like the Expanded Universe subset from the late nineties or the Clone Wars subset from recent years. In fact, you could save money by reviving the Clone Wars packaging completely.
My thinking is that many stores won't order new product until a new collection of figures comes out (I.e. they have Saga figures, but no more Star Wars figures will be ordered until Saga 2 comes out). In fact, some stores who don't even need to order new product will order the new stuff just so they get some of it. This would allow you to release a larger amount of clones with a higher guarantee of selling a larger percentage of them. Now, I've heard you're having trouble meeting the high demand for clones, so I'm hoping an idea like this would justify greater production being given over to clones, especially since so much of the line would be repaints.
Aside from mere repaints, this line could also be a place to include some completely new figures we have not seen before. Several of the clones from Revenge of the Sith had unique helmet designs and armor accessories that could easily be fit to already existing bodies, so they wouldn't require entire molds to be made. It would be nice though, to get some entirely new figure molds for previously unreleased clone types, especially ones from video games. Though clones from the Revenge of the Sith video game would do brisk business, clone commandos from the Republic Commandos video games would all but take themselves off the shelf and demand that we collectors buy them in droves.
This subset doesn't have to be all Revenge of the Sith. A clone subset could also see the rerelease of Attack of the Clones and Clone Wars versions of previous figures, including the much desired ARC trooper.
I'm sure that's not the best title I could come up with for this thread, but there you have it.