Next, if Hasbro will make Grievous' starfighter (and I'm glad they did) why not the Twin Pod Cloud Car already (from a new mold if need be)?
Why not? (Hasbro's probable answer):
"Grievous' fighter is a hero / villain vehicle, used by Obi-Wan Kenobi in the movie, and available for play-use by General Grievous himself for Clone Wars action. By comparison, barely-seen, random nobodies from Bespin fly the Cloud Cars." - OK, I agree with that assessment, but not that the TPCC wouldn't sell if they made it.
Tycho's response: "Movie-wise, Grievous' starfighter is a non-action vehicle also. It never fired in the film, while the TPCC actually did fire 2 warning shots across the Millennium Falcon's bow. A new mold for the TPCC could include pull-out side missle launchers (similar to the Geonosian fighter's) that conceal for ESB movie authenticity, but can be extracted like Grevious' fighter's, for fun kid action. Kids can pretend that Han and Luke use the TPCC if 'random Bespin dude' isn't exciting enough - but how about Wilrow Hood using the ship to save the galaxy's supply of ice cream, or hadn't you thought about that, Hasbro? In any event, a pack-in figure of a black ethnic CC Pilot variation could also be chase-bait to buy the vehicle for the exclusive figure and make it different from the CC pilot figure most of us already got in 2004. TRU could also carry it as an exclusive if they need to bump the price to $30 like the Hyperdrive ring Jedi Starfighter, but then they should include two CC pilots, of different ethnicities (easily done with only a headsculpt change)."