Set 1 - Raxus Prime Starkiller (I'm naming the sets after the Starkiller figure in them)
Odd comic artwork used for the bios on the back and the tray. The bios are a little meh, and have a few little errors. I guess these sets were last-minutey. I think TRU should stop using those silver "exclusive" stickers and make something with color, they don't stand out very well.
Raxus Prime Galen Marek: Looks pretty good. Odd to be a Raxus Prime figure so clean though. Face is well-covered by the cloak. Super-articulated except for the swivel waist instead of newer jointed torso. Detail is good, but I would have liked a little more on the panels on the hands and backpack. From his left side and some other odd angles, this IS the character, I totally see actor Sam Witwer, spot on except for the giant angry eyebrow paint which works against the sculpt. From the right, it's a little less recognizable, and from the front it's angry Barack Obama thanks to the slightly darker tone, thicker eyebrows, and the way the ball-jointed head is cut. Left hand is a vague Force gesture, right hand is a C-cup but a little difficult to get holding the saber. Speaking of, the lightsaber is really good, it's the actual game one this time, and well-painted to boot! The only other weakness is a small deco issue, the black pins for the elbows around all that tan plastic and paint. The torso, crotch, upper legs, and feet are recycled from the Evolutions Secret Apprentice figure, but this is acceptable considering that's basically what's going on with the game costume anyway. Plus, bonus, you can take the generic Secret Apprentice head and stick it on the Raxus Prime body which covers half the face (but you can still see it's the wrong head, that head is just useless), switching the more accurate Sam Witwer version here onto the Evo costume body, though the skin tone on this new head is a few shades darker than that figure's tone.
Kota's Militia Elite: same very nifty figure I got a few months ago, except the gun in this set is painted in several areas - still the wrong gun though. Watch for ejecting shoulder pads, they're VERY easy to lose. The packaging warps the right hand guard, and the helmet chinstrap. Otherwise, my prior comments hold up: http://forums.sirstevesguide.com/showthread.php?t=42233
Juno Eclipse: this is mostly the same sculpt as the last, same head even, but with new torso and waist parts. The new waist is an odd pose, like she's sticking out her belly, but it looks good in a moving pose. The undershirt and cleavage paint is a little sloppy, but not too bad. The deco has changed, her hair is much more naturally-colored and her face has softened with a lighter tone, better eyebrows, and a lighter lip paint. The head is significantly better served by this deco. Keep her hat on though, they didn't fix the hairline, and the hat's dye has gotten onto the head in a few spots. The gloved hands don't have the flesh paint on top of the hands this time, not a huge loss. And she's got a regular Stormtrooper blaster, whoo. Bottom line, this is a better figure even if it weren't more accurate.
I'll come back with more later.