OK, I looked around and didn't see a thread on this, so here goes: What are some things that you would really like to see in the new trilogy, but you know deep down that it's probably not going to happen? A few of mine: ~ Little if any screen time spent talking to force ghosts. Let the dead characters be dead. ~ I want to see Luke have more humor. I always thought it was a shame that while Mark has such a lovely sense of humor, Luke...not so much. ~ Some acknowledgment in the dialogue that Luke never finished his formal training with Yoda. ~ Some acknowledgment in the dialogue that before Luke and Leia knew they were twins, there was an incestuous vibe between them, e.g. that Luke had a crush on his sister and/or that Leia mouth-kissed her brother. ~ Substantial screen time and character development for Han, Leia, and Lando -- without taking too much away from the younger generation. I don't include Luke in this list because I think he will definitely get character development in the ST. ~ A logical explanation of who or what Anakin's father really was. ~ An explanation of how Leia could possibly remember a mother who died when she was a few minutes old. ~ Some reference in the dialogue to the entire Gungan race having been wiped out in a massive plague. ~ Some kind of story that taps into sibling tensions and rivalry. Either: a) A story where one sibling has force-powers and the other one doesn't. Or... b) A story where we find out that Han and Leia (or Luke and his wife) lost a child many years ago, let's say to miscarriage. Somehow the bad guys were able to get hold of some tissue from the dead child and used it to make a clone, which of course they raised to be corrupt. So we have an evil, force-gifted antagonist who is biologically a Skywalker/Solo and the sibling of the main protagonist. ~ Nobody ever utters the word "youngling."