"Like many people are saying, this set is super-cute. In fact, my wife helped build some of the accessories and she's not a Lego builder! I would love to see more Disney (and Pixar) characters in this style of Lego sets. I second (or third) the vote for a Lego set of Woody and Buzz, from Toy Story.
I've built the Disney Castle, UCE Tie Fighter, UCE Millennium Falcon. This set was more fun than the TIE Fighter and Falcon and as much fun as the Disney Castle. In fact, I need to build the Castle again so it can be displayed between Mickey and Minnie!
However, the set was missing two 1x8 plate pieces, which connect the nose to the head! This isn't a case of me not seeing a piece, since a 1x8 plate is hard to miss, especially when I'm building the set on a white table. Yes, I ordered replacement pieces, but waiting for them to arrive would have stopped the build process. I had to dig through another Lego set and find the pieces so I could connect the nose and finish the set.
I had trouble with some steps because the instructions are on black paper, which sometimes made it hard to see the dark brown and dark blue pieces. I wish the instructions were printed on white paper, like other sets.
After reading the description, I'm confused. "Fully posable figures". Did I do something wrong, because only the hands and thumbs on my models are poseable- the arms and head are locked in place and don't turn. "Change their expression with interchangeable eye elements"? My set came with 2 eye/ forehead elements: one with eyebrows (Minnie) and one without (Mickey). I also didn't see any way to change this element since it's specifically made for this set. However, I understand that these are figures meant to be displayed and they have limited playability."