commander gero wrote:venator(i know there making one but it just dosent do it for me)
minifigsand extras:reactor room,landing bay with republic shuttle and 3 crashed pod hunters,detenion level,lots of hallways and other rooms,luminara,ahsoka,4 commando guards,captin arguyus,commander gree,10 clones,10 supers,10 battledroids,ventress,gunray
You're asking for a Venator large enough to dock another ship, and come with 3 other ships and 45 minifigs? A set of that scale would a) be the most expensive set to date (no less than $700, I'd imagine), and b) would therefore be unmarketable (remember that LEGO's widest audience is under the age of 14. How many 14 year-olds do you know with an extra G just lying around?)
This year, I believe LEGO has done a fantastic job of hitting some of the Star Wars icons, including Endor, Millennium Falcon, Vader's TIE, Venator, RGS, AT-TE, etc. The most successful 2010 ideas would fall in the same vein: A revised Cantina Scene, Yavin IV Rebel Base, Nebulon-B Frigate, Lambda-class shuttle (Tyderium
), Naboo Royal Starship, Flash Speeder, Jedi Council chambers, etc.
As has been mentioned, I would really like to see some more of Cloud City in LEGO. We've only had the Cloud City playset (an exclusive and short-lived product) and the Cloud Car (which could use a revamp). In terms of battlepacks, a Jedi battlepack would be impractical (again, to repeat, "who wants an army of Obi-wans?"). As it appears that LEGO is alternating between OT and PT/CW packs, we can probably hope for Snowtroopers, Hoth Troopers, Endor Troopers, Scout Troopers, Ewoks, Wookies, Death Star Gunners, or the like in battlepack form in 2010.