If you've followed the Galactic Heroes line for a bit (I still think of it under its former Playskool branding), you might be thinking "they've done the Falcon before" - and you'd be right. Hasbro has released several versions of the Millennium Falcon under this line, but not like this. Taking a cue from what they did with 2017's BB-8 Adventure Base, this new Falcon opens open into a full-blown Command Center playset, quickly collapsing back into vehicle form to head out on another adventure.
If you've seen the trailers (or the other toys), Solo features the Millennium Falcon in a sleeker form, with the Corellian Freighter bearing a much different look that we're used to seeing. For this playset, however, it's fully based on the classic "piece of junk" that audiences first fell in love with back in 1977, depicting the ship with its open panels and exposed wiring. There's a ton of fun lights and sounds including quotes from the film. There's a moveable blaster cannon and radar dish, a falling walkway, "secret escape route" and more. The ship includes Chewbacca with Power-up Arms and R2-D2. The odd thing here is that we have a Millennium Falcon that doesn't include Han Solo, but does include R2-D2, so that's a bit of a head-scratcher for an otherwise great set.
Elsewhere in the Galactic Heroes line is the new Solo: A Star Wars Story Smugglers & Scoundrels 5-pack. This new set features younger versions of Han Solo, Lando Calrissian and Chewbacca (looking great for 190 years old), along side a pair of new characters - Enfys Nest and the Imperial Range Trooper. You can pick that up from Entertainment Earth as well.
When my generation was little, we jumped right into the Kenner 3.75" action figure collection, and Hasbro still offers that scale as well. But if your kids are a little younger, definitely give Galactic Heroes a look. There's some really creative and fun sets out there, and they're affordable, too!