I didn't see them linked in the OP for easy access though. I found one however. But I do need to point out some details.
For one, free falling feats are not usually as impressive as they get calculated at. Especially if soft landing or soft body need to be accounted for. And even great falls have low precision compared to a punch or a bullet shot. I'm pretty sure a Street level character could punch a stuffed animal without breaking it as soft objects are resistant to blunt force.
Well. Toys I won’t lie. Are definitely stronger than we should give them credit for. Much stronger than say, a mouse. Woody even pushed that one fat dog off of him iirc. Durability is at least scalable to the feat. I’m iffy on the AP. But I haven’t seen anything that I recall that would go against it.
I agree that Toy Story does appear to be full of inconsistencies, and none of the toys are destructive. I doubt Cid is a peak human when it's implied he's no stronger than any adults like at all. And he was able to single handedly terrorize and entire room full of toys. And only in large numbers and element of surprise were they able to drive him away.