Most of the comments are pure fluff. Here's one of the "deeper" ones:
Native American Actors See New Image in "Twilight"
By Alex Dobuzinskis
Members of the Wolf Pack dress like modern kids at the mall in denim jeans and shirts--when they are wearing shirts because the pack is famously bare-chested in much of the movies--and they posses a quick wits and generous spirits.
"There's a lot of stereotypes that have been squashed," Spencer said. "We're part of this pop culture phenomenon, and we're put in a different light. And the kids see that, and they're digging on it. They love that vibe."
Obviously it's a glass half full/half empty situation. But let's not glorify it too much. A real "new image" would be having an Indian clan as the lead characters, the main participants in the romance, etc. With the white clan as the distinctly secondary characters. Rather than the other way around, as it is now.
The new Native America
Then there's this gem:
InStyle Outtakes of Alex Meraz, Chaske Spencer, Tinsel Korey & Julia Jones!
For more on the subject, see Twilight Screwed Native Actors? and TeenHollywood Interviews Wolf Pack.
Below: In the "new Native America," Asian Indians are North American Indians too.