Yep! You heard me right! No typo there. ANAKIN suceeded where his son, LUKE did not in the area of anger and the lust to kill the hated enemy. When Anakin has his lightsaber to Palpatine's neck and Palpatine urges Anakin to go along with his base feelings and destroy him....Anakin resists and puts away his lightsaber, commenting how he is going to turn him over to the Jedi council which is the right thing to do. While Luke in ROTJ, gives into his anger and hatred of Palpatine, and force pulls his lightsaber to his hand and strikes at Palpatine....only to be blocked by his father's blade. Could this be a metaphore to how Anakin-Vader was always able to focus his anger and so stops his son from giving into anger? Even in the Dooku duel at the start of ROTS, Anakin does not seem to be very angry or freaking out, swinging madly like Luke does at the end of ROTJ...Seems Anakin joined the dark side out of good intentions while Luke was going to join the dark side out of dark intentions... I found this very interesting upon watching ROTS last night, and would like to share it with my fellow fans/geeks. I hope this is the right forum. Discuss!