18 used as follows:
2 in Mos Eisley (1 in the bar, 1 on the street)
1 in Docking Bay 94 as one of the thugs with Jabba confronting Han*
1 in Jabba's Palace
1 on Jabba's Sailbarge
1 in Mos Espa
1 in the stands at the Pod Race
1 in the streets of Coruscant while Anakin and Obi-Wan chase Zam Wessel
1 in the streets of Coruscant or working for Black Sun, as Luke and Lando search for Leia
1 as a random alien escaping the Yuuzhan Vong in the evacuation of Duro
1 perhaps as a member of Black Sun's thugs when Darth Maul confronts them
1 in the cantina as Wedge and Han Solo return there to find Talon Karrde
1 as an alien bounty hunter sent to kill Quinlan Vos when Villie rescues him
1 as a passenger on the freighter that Anakin and Padme take to Naboo
I have to see how my other EU scenes play out and where I can stick this figure in, but Saurins were widely seen as random aliens around the galaxy. I think only Cloud City might be a locale that I wouldn't use this guy in. Certainly a lot of Nar Shaada will qualify.
I use figures like Hrchek and Wilrow Hood, to establish populations that the main characters can move through in my dioramas.
Other figures that are cool, but way inappropriate for that sort of application are like Ephant Mon and Herme Odel, Amanaman, etc. They're rare kinds and I like to represent them that way.
But when I get a potential "scene filler" like Willrow Hood, I maximize my use out of him. Bane Malar was equally useful that way. With Bo Shek, I could put his helmet on and have at it. "The Real Bo Shek" has his helmet off and is in my cantina where he's supposed to be.