He's good, but he's also pathetic. He put himself into this situation. The burns are relevant because they show that he lost his humanity, which is consistant in both versions. I don?t think the burns and scarring were indicative of a loss of humanity. After all, it is only after sustaining these injuries does Anakin finally arrive at a point where he?s able to make a decision based on selfless compassion and love. It's about showcasing his ultimate good state. None of the Dark Side ravaging his body or a loss of humanity. Just plain old Anakin Skywalker, Jedi Knight and a good friend and husband. When I think about Anakin?s ?ultimate good state? being showcased, the battered form of Vader saving his son comes to mind, not the young Anakin Skywalker who decided that carrying out the destruction of the Jedi was the sanest course of action. Not to sound rude, but that's what you get for assuming. Don?t worry, you didn?t sound rude. However, I don?t see where I was wrong in assuming that a logical and in-depth explanation to the force ghost concept would be given. There are some bound and determined to make mountains out of molehills in order justify their feeling that a artist changing his creation has somehow affected their daily lives... and that's just sad. I don?t recall ever indicating that the ghost change has ?affected my daily life.? And as for making mountains out of molehills, well, that?s a very sophomoric metaphor to use in describing an intellectual discussion. I would appreciate it if you didn?t resort to remarks indicating that anyone putting time and effort into making this discourse as lively as possible are ?sad.? Such remarks are nothing more than a thinly veiled ?**** you,? a sentiment that is definitely not needed here.