Top line: Average plush animal, but if you're a die hard Tauntaun fan, it's your best option. Good: Bought as a wedding gift (yep). He's cute and relatively soft. Someone that has watched Empire Strikes Back over 100 times will most likely be able identify it as a Tauntaun on first sight. Stands up pretty well on his own, though a stiff breeze can knock him over. If you simply love tauntauns and require the stuffed animal variety, this is as good as it gets. Bad: Not the best value for the price paid ($15). Falls more in line with something you'd get out of a crane game, with a flimsy, crudely drawn saddle and tiny felt triangles for fingers and toes. Product is elevated mainly by its attachment to Star Wars. If you are looking for quality SW plushes, there are far better ones for the price. Other: So the horns do not match the picture at all, but are anatomically probably closer to what tauntaun horns actually look like in the movies (nerd alert). See picture for more detail.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]