Okay, folks, you're right. There's no reason whatsoever to change Luke's name. In fact, I don't think things go far enough. I'm going to petition George Lucas to do an Extra Special Edition of Star Wars: A New Hope... I want a CGI billboard with the name "Skywalker" written in lit lightsabers to tower over the Lars moisture farm. I want this billboard to have a constantly updated meter that says "Luke's midi-chlorian count is" followed by the number. I want C-3PO to ask Owen, well within earshot of Luke, "How is Darth Vader's son, Luke Skywalker, doing? Does he know?!" I want the scene where Luke is looking at the suns set to have the following clearly audible voiceover added: Beru: Should we tell him? Owen: LOOK, BERU, WE JUST CAN'T TELL LUKE THAT HIS FATHER WAS A JEDI WHO TURNED TO THE DARK SIDE AND THAT HIS SISTER, LEIA ORGANA, IS LIVING ON ALDERAAN!!! This should be followed by Owen giving the hyperspace travel coordinates between Tatooine and Alderaan in a clear, loud voice. Finally, I want the words "Chosen One's Son" tattooed on Luke's friggin' forehead during the entirety of the original trilogy. Ya wanna know why? Because even though Jedi Knights, Corellian smugglers, Republic Senators, Bounty Hunters, and former gas mine administrators seem to visit this planet that figures prominently in 3 out of 5 Star Wars movies, no way -- AND I MEAN NO WAY -- will anyone who doesn't need to know that Vader's son is on Tatooine find out any of this. This is much, MUCH, MUCH more logical than having Luke's last name be "Lars" or "Antilles" or something. Thanks for setting me straight!!!