For those wondering how these hold up under the camera, so far I've found them excellent. The sculpts are of significantly deep cuts and the clothing (soft plastic and rubber mix) are nicely textured, get out of the way well during articulation and are the right sheen under both ambient and spotlights. Like you may have seen, there is a QC issue with Legolas' legs but every breakage I've seen has been from cranking them like a Marvel Legends. I've learned over the years that unless it is Marvel Legends or a handful of other lines, treat them like porcelain dolls. Sucks I know, but they are really only 'toys' in a very loose sense. They are more like posable statues.
An example of how they look under the camera's eye. This one was posted here a little while ago. If you're a movie LoTR fan, I highly recommend them as a good product that is not at a high premium price. Just be careful.