It's a picture of me from a photo shoot last fall. Right down the road from our farm is a dirt/rock pit, and the huge slabs of broken concrete make a great war-torn background. Well, the good thing is that It takes 1000 years for the Sarlacc to digest it's meals...which gives plenty of time to plan. I'd probably use some type of tunneling machine to go under the sand and into the Sarlacc from the side, avoiding all those tentacles/teeth/beak. That seems like the most practical way at least, without much potential for collateral damage. I have 2 favorites: My first favorite is Heir to the Empire, as it was the book that got me hooked on the EU. The second would be Bounty Hunter Code, because I actually got to help a little bit with the Death Watch handbook. Plus there's a good deal of information about "Mandalore the Uniter" in the book, as well as some awesome artwork of him by Mark McHaley. None of which I was expecting to see in the book, but Jason Fry is just super-awesome. Well, I'm not going to be conceited and say "me" . My absolute favorite character would have to be Boba Fett. I actually started learning about armor work as a member of the SCA, and spent a year apprenticing under some outstanding armorsmiths. Boba-style "light" armor (18 gauge steel, 14 gauge aluminum) My gauntlets. 18 gauge steel. Female mando set, 20 gauge steel. The on-board circuitry in my helmet. Voice-amplification, 360-degree external audio, heat-exchange cooling, on-board bluetooth for cell phone/device voice control. (I build my own electronics as well) Female armor commission currently being worked on. Me in the MK5 "Starbreaker" armor, posing with the Dutchess. As far as wearing the armor, my armor specifically..It can be heavy depending on the configuration. My personal sets are modular, so I can add/drop parts as needed depending on the "mission". Full load-out on my MK5 "Starbreaker" armor is around 95lbs without the weapons-pack and BFG. Movement isn't really a big issue, I can walk/run/jump/sit in it without any issue. Kneeling is difficult, but that's really about it.. It is exciting to wear! The best way I can describe it is feeling like "Iron Man" of the Star Wars Universe, I have this cool set of armor that actually *works*...and I built it with my two hands.