"This set meets the most crucial criterium for a good battle pack... unlike the previous one it contains 2 stormtroopers! On top of that they both have an exclusive, printed shield piece. The flametrooper and the officer are useful figures as well. All of the above makes this my favorite battle pack of the past years. It stands out for me in several ways.
The buildable transport speeder is neat as well, but as always there are several other builds you can make with its pieces. If you're interested in my alternative build, you can check out the video tutorial on how to make it on my YT channel, StarWarStuds."
"These are the best minifigures for a battle pack in years, in my opinion. The Stormtroopers look awesome to me and the fact you get two of them makes it easier to get a lot of them. They can also be used to recreate scenes from the original trilogy, so that's great as well!
The Imperial Death Troopers have amazing prints and a nice mold for their helmets. They don't come with the cloth piece around their neck, like in Krennic's Imperial shuttle, but I don't think that takes away too much from the great look of the minifigures.
The walker you get in this set doesn't look too great to me. I think the body looks too much like a block and it's hard to put the legs in a different position without making the thing lose its stability. I do like the turnable cannons with integrated stud shooters though. And the most important thing to a battle pack are the minifigures anyway.
If you want to know my full thoughts about this set, you can search for "StarWarStuds" on the Internet and watch the review I made on it!"
"This was the set I was most looking forward to from the entire 2017 winter wave. I was quit satisfied when I was finished building the set and I think you get a decent sized set for your money as well.
The barrier that you can "turn on and off" looks great to me and I'm sure children will like to play with it as well. I had some troubles though, while putting together the mechanism for opening and closing the barrier. But that problem was solved in a couple of minutes, so it's not that big of a deal.
The only thing that's new about the three minifigures you get is the face of Qui-Gon I think. This set is a great opportunity though to get these minifigures in a relatively cheap set.
If you want to know my full thoughts about this set, you can search for "duel on naboo StarWarStuds" and watch the review I made on it!"