Yeah, the only set on that list that doesn't make me immediately yawn is the Battle of Naboo set. I agree that at that price point, it probably won't contain much. However, given LEGO's recent history of putting new, quality molded pieces in smaller sized playsets, I wonder if this set won't include a new Fambaa mold, some bits to build a shield generator or cannon on it's back, a few Gungans, and of course a few ubiquitous battle droids. There will probably be a few other bits to make some small, random background crap similar to the Taun Taun set as well. However, the focus of the set (much like the Taun Taun set) would be the new molded Fambaa piece and the minifigs with it.
I'm hoping the V-Wing will be similar to the 2006 version (the last time it was released), with perhaps a few improvements and most likely one of the new Clone Pilot minigs. For those who have the old set, it'll probably be skippable, but since many young 'uns have gotten into Star Wars since the new cartoon started, this set will largely be geared towards them.
As others have said, the battlepacks were completely predictable (see the Future Product Ideas/Wishlist thread
if you don't believe me). I completely agree that we really didn't need another clone battlepack, but the kiddies will eat that crap up year after year. LEGO knows this and capitalizes on it accordingly.
The two "random CW ships" were also predictable (see my predictions in the aforementioned thread). It's time yall accepted that the new cartoon is just the latest cash cow for Lucas, LEGO, and everybody else to milk dry. It's not going anywhere so long as everybody involved stands to make huge profits off of it, so why bother complaining?
Besides, we all know that fall releases are always way better than the winter ones. Just look at this year, last year, and pretty much every other year LEGO has released Star Wars sets. They always start off with their meh sets and then come out with their big guns in time for Christmas. How do you guys not understand this cycle yet?