This is a great pack, but some tables are not for people just starting on pinball.
Droids - This table has one of the best flows of any table Zen has put out. A very good table for beginners as it's relatively forgiving. The "droids caught in a Sandcrawler" theme is one of my favorites as well. Moderate to High Scoring. Rating: A
Episode IV: A New Hope - This is another fan layout table, which I'm usually not a fan of. In addition, like the two other tables based on the Star Wars movies this one has VERY strong slingshots, making outlane drains common. Maybe it's just me, but the ball feels very "bouncy" in play compared to other Zen tables. The theme is ok, and the modes are fun (but not as much as Empire Strikes Back). Moderate Scoring. Rating: B-
Han Solo - This is a neat kind of table, with a fun layout, but with no modes it feels kind of like you're in a shooting gallery. The Han Solo theme is fun and while the flow isn't great, ball control is relatively easy. On the Low side of Moderate Scoring. Rating: B
Masters of the Force - This is probably the second most difficult table Zen has put out (after V12) as well as being EXTREMLY low scoring. It also has one of the best themes being the Light Side vs Dark Side of the Force, which is shown in the fact that the table has a very strong "left / right" dichotomy. some really fun modes with the pop-up jedi and sith targets. The game features a lot of balls flying through the air, which is something I like in theory, but find difficult in practice. This table has very VERY bad flow. Overall a bit dissapointing because with a little more forgiving design and slightly better flow this could be one of my favorites. Rating: C+