Looks like they added some more large sculptures since I was there the first time after the new remodel job. They really are top notch. I have some photos... if there's any interest I'll take the time to upload and link.
They've updated the 'build a minifig' station. There's now two stations and they have LOTs more bodies, legs, heads, hair, and accessories to choose from. Before it was just a couple of stupid minifigs that weren't nearly worth what you paid for. Build 3 minifigs how you want for $10.00 (plus tax...) Ends up being about $3.80 per figure. Not not a good deal but if you can find some of the more rare stuff or build a really unique fig then maybe it's worth your money. I'm still not enticed enough to do it; much cheaper means of getting minifigs.
An employee there said that once the collectible minifigs get retired they are moved to the 'build a fig' station. Not sure if that's true or not.... would have to get some confirmation on that. Now if that's true then it may actually be worth the money.
Right now they have the female minifig magnet pack on sale at $8. So that's 3 figures at $8 + tax... about $2.80 a figure.... not bad if you need some more chix! I'm sure you all know that you can easily separate the magnet figures using hot water. Haven't tried it myself but read a guide online.... seemed easy enough.
They had the Mill Village Raid setup... want it more than evarrr! Love the goats, chickens, the grey spotted horse with blinders on, and buckets.... plus it's just a neat set.
A small set really caught my eye... 6918 Blacksmith Attack... some of the accessories I've not seen before. Price is nice... about $10
One set seemed... odd.... 9349 Fairytale & Historic figures was labeled as "educational". I read all over the box.... couldn't figure out what exactly was educational about it or which minifigs were "historic"
Anyway.... 22 figures + accessories for about $50 + tax comes to about $2.40 per fig