Young Jedi Reflections is released today. Whoopee. Do you detect a lack of enthusiasm in my tone? You should. What has Decipher done to generate any enthusiasm? Nothing. Zilch. Zero. "July is Coruscant month." We're getting four new cards every day for the new SW:CCG expansion coming out August 1st. Jedi Knights Premiere and Scum & Villainy cards were previewed weeks before they were released. Star Trek Voyager, same thing. Young Jedi? Nothing. The set is released today, and we don't even have a complete card list. We get one "newsflash", which looks like an afterthought since half of the content was posted months ago when YJ:R was first announced. At this point, TheForce.Net has devoted more time to YJ:R than Decipher! It may be time to face facts. Decipher doesn't really care what happens to Young Jedi anymore. If they did, they would have spent more time and money on it. And that's too bad. Because Young Jedi is (I refuse to say "was") a GOOD GAME! And the new premium cards in YJ:R could have a big impact on the game. YJ:R has something for everybody: The collector (foils), old players (new premium cards), and new players (a healthy dose of cards from previous sets). Young Jedi:Reflections should have been something exciting. Instead, Decipher sends us the message -- perhaps unintentionally -- that it isn't worthy of notice. And that's my $0.02 worth. Your opinions and thoughts on the subject would be appreciated.