"First off, this isn't aimed towards mostly anyone that would buy actual LEGO sets. This is targeted towards larger companies. The large price per part ratio may seem rather bad, but you need to recognize the large number of baseplates and Duplo pieces in this set. In my personal opinion, this makes a great set for bolstering LEGOs for building. There's tons of different bricks, plates, and parts that just make it pretty worth the price. Boat hulls, baseplates, a whole lotta gold, you name it, this large number of bricks has it!
Just try to keep in mind that the target demographic is most likely not you!"
"Set 60174 'Mountain Police Headquarters' comes with 663 pieces, 7 minifigures (8 if we're counting the mountain lion), and several exclusive pieces. The main build (The Police HQ) comes with one extra-large prison cell, an office/watchtower, a small garage, a cave for the included mountain lion, and a rotating net launcher. Four vehicles are included, the likes of which are two helicopters, a jeep, and a motorbike. There are also two smaller side builds, including a small 'stash' for the gold bars, and a helicopter pad for the police helicopter. The included minifigures are as follows: A criminal helicopter pilot A criminal in a jail uniform A criminal wearing the oh-so-beautiful tree trunk piece A police helicopter pilot A police motorbike rider A sheriff And one ordinary mountain police officer. On top of that, there's an exclusive mountain lion, using the 'big cat' mold rarely seen.
Overall, it's a great set with a large number of play features, builds, minifigures, and pieces."
"Allow me to be one of the first that's not going to complain about the missing head. I get it, that's not how an AT-ST looks, but that's how the scene in the movie appears and it's perfectly accurate in my book.
Set 75201 'First Order AT-ST' comes with 370 pieces, including three exclusive minifigures, and BB-8. The main build of the set is an AT-ST that has lost it's head (Completely movie accurate), but don't let the missing head turn you away. Captain Phasma has a new helmet print and is exclusive to this set for the new line, while the First Order disguised Finn and Rose are also exclusive. BB-8 appears in many other sets, but is still a nice inclusion. The AT-ST has spring-firing projectiles, posable legs, and a seat for a driver. The set also includes a small moving platform that can go up and down, in order to have a figure climb onto the AT-ST. The legs have trouble staying upright, but there are plenty of positions where it's not a problem.
The set has plenty of play experience, but as many other reviews say, 40 USD is just too much. There's not enough pieces or figures to justify the price. However, as an Avid LEGO Star Wars collector, I still enjoyed the exclusive figures."