I have two of the star wars storage cases - the falcon one and this. This is more cute- with his sticky out ears -always causes a laugh and is good for storing either lego or lunches. Its not good for displaying lego as it has no shelves inside- instead when you open it its one large suitcase with a zip going around the side. You have to be careful when you unzip it if you have lose lego contained inside . I would say size wise it can hold a medium sized box of lego at a push -loads of lose lego thou.
I must say the kids think its funny but I find it appeals more to certain age of adults who were around when the orginal film came out and would aim more for an adult market for this case- unless you know the child is a big yoda fan. For kids the millennium falcon case seems to work better as inside it has replica of the inner falcon and a storage area for figures.
Purchased this as a birthday gift, seems well made, great design. I thought it would have a shelf inside like the Stormtrooper one does for the figures but it doesn't, however, still happy with this purchase.
I can't figure out how it could display action figures, and there is no shelf that divides it into compartments, but it is a gloriously silly lunch box with it's bell shaped form and sticking-out ears. High quality printing, seems well constructed.