"A cheap way to get your hands on the Zorri Bliss MiniFigure, this MicroFighters set is good value, and comes with plenty of useful pieces for making your own speeder or small Y-wing model.
The minifigure has a neat helmet, with some cooling vents and life-support details on the back, and the visor looks cool. However, she has no face! Just a plain black head, so you'll have to dig into your Lego box and pull one out. Zorri's outfit is well-detailed with gold belt, necklace, and twin holsters details on the legs. She comes with two (or three) flintlock pirate pistols! Ha ha! mi hearties! Great fun.
A bargain for this figure, as the only other option is the rarther expensive bigger y-wing model. So get this figure, and build your (better!) spaceship for her to zoom around in!"
"Another decent BattlePack, after 75267 Mandalorian BattlePack.
This one has four pretty cool figures. The officer looks great with his stern appearance and smart black uniform with red detailing. The two red jetpack troopers have unique helmets with some intricate printing on the top and sides, the quality is very good. I also like their small gold Sith badges on the torso. The jetpacks look much better than previous versions, and don't take up lots of space. The other red trooper has a much better helmet compared to previous First Order troopers, especially around the visor, and torso armour.
The speeder can easily take all four figures; just remove the silly gun from the front, then both jetpack troopers can stand in the front section, with the officer and pilot in the back two seats. Looks great!
I don't like the oversize blasters, but these are fun for kids, and at least the troopers have faces under the helmets, albeit the usual Clone Trooper 'angry' look.
Good fun for a not much money, and you have plenty of small bits to muck about with."
"I love BattlePacks, they are a cheap and cheerful way of getting some pieces and best of all unique MiniFigures.
This set is fantastic. Four highly detailed Mandalorians that are either a) from the Disney + TV series, or b) have migrated from Star Wars Rebels TV series. Either way, they look great. Each one has small unique details, either in the utility belt print, battle damage, helmet colours or leg armour/apulet details. You can mix and match and make them even more distinct. I want to use the cloaks as templates to make my own in different colours using other materials like felt or velvet.
The speeder is pretty cool, and as it is fairly simple to build, you can make your own versions so each Mandalorian has his own speeder.
Only downsides are a) overly large blasters b) no head prints, they are just plain black, but you could add your own.