"I generally prefer the minifig series collectible figures to the other themes but this is different for me. I was able to get these in person and feel for the ones I wanted and I LOVE them. The inside of Harry’s invisibility cloak is amazing (which is surprising because it is not really shown anywhere by Lego). The print on Luna’s magazine is wonderful. The bright blue of Dumbledore’s robes really stand out in the set. Tom Riddle’s diary with sock is a huge winner for the Dobby figure ( a minifig I wasn’t sure I wanted till I had him). I am very excited for more Lego Harry Potter in my life and I hope SO MUCH that this isn’t just a 2018 flash in the pan. I hope we will find more HP sets in 2019."
"I got this set at the $80 Walmart price and I was shocked at the number of large meaty bricks that came with this set!! They didn't manipulate part count to jack the prices up on this set in fact I'd say they are selling this set at below what it's worth. The figures are amazing especially the villain. I was not impressed with this set in the pictures but a quick video search of this set online changed my mind. The two stone dogs were not very interesting to me but after building them I've found a new level of appreciation for what incredible builds they really are and the possibilities they provide for play and display. Extremely possable. You can even manipulate their little eyebrows. I own and love Lego's Ewok Village set and this set was reminiscent of that for me. Lots of little traps and interactive bits and the super fun skeleton figure easter egg which allows the builder to speculate a back-story. Don't let the online pictures dissuade you... give it a look online via YouTube or another video review platform."
"I can't believe it's only 25$. This set is absolutely incredible. It looks amazing for display and it has a ton of fun play features. I adore this set so much that I would choose it over sets I've paid over 5 times more for! My interest in the Lego Star Wars line has gone through a dry spell the last few months as I dispise the force awakens Disney themed garbage and I'm not familiar with the animated star wars "cartoon" that a lot of the recent sets have been based off of. I have been yearning for solid new material and this set far exceeded my expectations. I also considered the "bounty hunter" pack with the ridiculously stupid speeder-thing that comes with a bunch of incredible mini-figs. In the end the hideous speeder dissuaded me... I may have been more tempted if the price were the same and there were no speeder included at all. Who on earth designed such an awful set and why are they working at Lego?!?! I was designing and building cooler things than that when I was in middle school and I wasn't getting paid! In the end I'll probably cave and buy it for the neat bounty hunter dudes."
"This is by FAR my favorite Lego set that I own (I have many and this is not the most expensive). I would recommend this set over the Slave 1 for both presentation and playability. The Ewoks are adorable and I've posed my figures in several different ways to represent different scenes. The Star Wars line has lots of ships and boring grays, tans, and blacks but this set adds lots of color and gives a SETTING to play in. The only other one I know of in its league is the newer Hoth set... I don't own that one but I've seen the pictures and it doesn't look quite up to par. If you have the money and love Star Wars sets then this one is a must!"