Wise words, kanos. I know it's a stretch, but you will just never find such strong connections between any other couple of planets in the SW universe. They are all so very distinct to one another, which gives valid reason for wondering why Naboo and Dagobah suddenly turns out to have a lot in common. The only other common factor shared by planets in the movies seems to be the fact that they are all spherical... Someone brought up the fact that both Naboo and Dagobah are shown on recent maps in various books. Well, even if they are one and the same - do you think LFL would announce it to the world by erasing Dagobah (or Naboo - depending on the timeline) from maps, if it's set to be a twist in the coming story? I don't think so. And for the record; Naboo and Dagobah are virtually in the same spot on these maps. Still, Luke says that Dagobah aren't on any of the maps in TESB. Why is that? Naboo's neighbors are sure to be known planets. And if Dagobah is just an obscure planet which happens to be right next to Naboo, why would it disappear from maps? Answer; it's Naboo, and Palpatine destroyed it during the Clone Wars, and consequently erased its existence from all records. Surely not the only thing he managed to make "disappear" during his reign of terror. His reasons are still to be revealed. Is this really so far-fetched...?