once again: that's a human perspective. but there is such a thing as a cosmological perspective. the idea he had a choice is fine and well. a lot of people have it. but it's not *entirely* off to think he was supposed to become a sith. just give me a reason other than i like it better that he had a choice and i'll shut up. and no, i don't care what george has to say on the matter. he confuses me anyways. on other points here: being good is a struggle. and it's not always clear what being good means put into action. from a cosmological pov it may be *good* to have the jedi *and* the sith* wiped out because it means the force users can start with a clean slate. from our perspective having a whole group of people wiped out seems *wrong*. that's the distinction. i can assure everyone here that i do not advocate genocide in any way, but we deal with myth and the little thing called destiny here.