These apparantly just came out and I ordered one a few days ago. It just came in so I thought I'd give a quick review of it.
I'll take a video later and do it proper, but for now here are a few pics.
Overall I'm fairly happy with it. for $129 you can't beat it for a fancy toy that now (thanks to the new removable blade) doubles as a fairly accurate prop replica for display. In the following pics I'm comparing it to my Luke ESB made from an original Graflex 3 cell.
Pros, the length is dead on. it's of good quality construction. Nice finish. The red button is the right color. Everything is metal that should be, except for a couple of parts. The grips are nice rubberized plastic, and yes there are 7 of them. It comes with a belt clip and hook (not accurate but still cool) and a separate socket to use when displaying it without the blade. It makes a cool "click clack" sound from the speakers when you connect/disconnect the blade and if you try to turn it on without the blade, it make a cool "shorting out" sound like Anakin's in AOTC when it got cut in half. Overall it is very cool and seems to be fairly accurate.
Now for the Nit Picky stuff. it's just a tiny bit wider in diameter than an original graflex. There are a couple of plastic parts that seem just a bit cheap but not bad - The glass eye and the bulb clamp seem to be chromed plastic. The socket pins are way too shallow and are the wrong shape (not that noticeable) the eye lens isn't actually a lens but a polished piece of gray plastic. (just looks really cloudy) The bulb socket insert that you use when the blade isn't in is the wrong shape. The beer tab isn't quite long enough. The clamp side bars are a bit too thick and the lever might be a hair off in length as well. The shape of the grips is off a bit on the end and the fin of the "T" track is a bit too wide.
As for the blade and sounds, I'll take more pictures later but the sound is about as loud as the others. It does feature ANH specific sounds (although the clashing sounds are from Obi-Wan's ANH saber since Luke never actually uses the thing besides with the training remote) The blade isn't as bright as I would have liked. I remember the MR FX Anakin episode III was one of the brightest I'd seen and hoped this would be as good or better. I think my son's MR FX Yoda is brighter.
So, bottom line. for an accurate prop replica, I give it an 8 of 10.
For an expensive toy for the average fan, I give it a 9.5 out of 10 (-.5 for the brightness issue)