One thing I've always liked about the Star Wars saga is how Lucas has made a distinct difference between good guys and bad guys using color. Take for instance the Jedi and Sith. In all the movies, the Jedi have worn brown robes and white/tan tunics. The only exceptions are Anakin and Luke, who wear darker colors in Attack of the Clones and Return of the Jedi, showing how they are tottering on the edge of the darkside. In contrast, the Sith have always worn black, no matter what the occassion. Then there's the obvious "Blue/Green/(Purple)" lightsabers for the Jedi and Red for the Sith. I just like how Lucas uses color and other methods to signal to the audience who's good and who's bad, and I love how well it works without it coming off as a cheesy gimmick. Anyone notice any other distinguishing factors (and not just limited to color)? Edited title.