I don't know if somebody thought of this before (someone probably already did) but since everybody is bored by the fact that the Sith are constantly being the villains how about a new book or whatever that whould turn everything on its head and have a Light side user be the big threat? And I don't mean that the character would be a villain from a Sith POV or something like that. It may seem like an odd idea at first but let me explain (as best as I can). This idea was inspired by a RPG I was playing recently called "Shin Megami Tensei" in which an interesting morality system is present. The story of the game is that the world has been destroyed by a nuclear war, which result in a rift in reality, allowing the forces of Heaven and Hell to come to earth. You can make "light side", "dark side" or neutral choices in the game. The interesting part is that light /=/ good and dark /=/ bad like how many morality systems in games like to present it. Instead, choosing the side of the demons is choosing for freedom of choice, and when taken this to the extreme this results in anarchy and chaos. Choosing the side of God and the angels is choosing for justice at the expanse of anything else which would eventually lead to a dictatorship if taken to far. I could be wrong but I thought the philosophy of the demons fitted well with that of the Sith who also seem pro-individualism. Likewise, the one of the angels might fit with that of the Jedi. Building on that, wouldn't it be interesting to have a villain who is a Light side extremist? The "Justice no matter the costs" kind of type. The conflict would be that this character would make choices that may be well-meaning but may be at the expanse of others. I think that would make for an interesting story. There are probably people who could sell this idea way better can I could, but what do you guys think of this?