The CIS Persuader-class tank has these eye stalks that are right in the open, just wanting to be shot. AT-AT's only have laser cannons on the front. The "wings" of a TIE fighter extend over the ball of the fighter, preventing any side peripheral vision. The command center of a Star Destroyer (both Republic and Empire) are way up there, waiting to be shot. The Lukrehulk-class CIS ship has a giant hole in it to allow ships to pass...but why not just make it a complete doughnut and the ships enter/exit from the top and bottom? A single A-wing takes down Darth Vader's flagship, The Executor. You would think after millennia, blasters would become a little bit more accurate, or be able to have enough energy to take down a lightsaber without giving off a huge amount of kick... And lots more... Tactics: Everyone just runs at each other and blasts each other to smithereens, when a big aerial strike could wipe out everyone. Or how bout just send a rocket with a hyperdrive in it and have it collide with a planet? No need for a Death Star... Why have these giant invasions that mimic D-Day and have half the ships go down when you can really just take out all the turrets and installations via aerial bombardment. And then send in people to..."clean up"... I know this is basically a patented Star Trek thing...but has a teleporter ever been put into Star Wars? Why do all the tanks, ships, turrets, etc all seem to have the firepower of WWII-era artillery? Loads more... I've been thinking about this futuristic sci-fi weapon...like a ship has a very very very precise cannon that fires beams of energy (not necessarily flashy and colorful...) and can target enemy units and buildings and basically just disintegrate them. And in a futuristic sci fi world...they should have the tech to do be able to target that precisely...what do you think?