Which would it be? The biggies, as I see it, are: Tales of the Jedi Knights of the Old Republic Star Wars (Marvel) Republic Dark Times Purge Empire Star Wars (Dark Horse - ongoing) Rebellion Dark Empire Trilogy Crimson Empire Trilogy Legacy And of course, you're free to mention mini-series, stand-alones, etc. For me, it's either Tales of the Jedi, which I think provides a great backstory for the OT without stepping on the toes of the PT or ruining any of the mysticism that surrounds the Jedi and Sith, or Republic, because Quinlan Vos' arc is unbelievable. Republic is, in my opinion, more inconsistent than Tales, but at it's best, it's better. That being said, it reduces the impact of the prequels a bit because you wonder why George told some of the least interesting stories happening during that time... Honorable mentions, of course, to KOTOR, which I love but feel ended poorly (it could've stopped at the second omnibus), the Marvel Star Wars run, which is great fun but just utterly ridiculous, and Dark Empire, which stands alone wonderfully but I feel clashes a bit with the usual Star Wars tone, and undoes most of the OT. Legacy I like, but I really don't care for the Yuuzhan Vong, nor the fact that it was wrapped up so anticlimactically (NO FINAL DUEL WITH KRAYT WHAT IS THIS). Finally, I feel like the often criticized "Star Wood", which is ongoing...is actually quite good. Heresy, I know, but I think it encapsulates the flavor of the OT extremely well, puts something new but still classic feeling into the Saga, and is just a wonderful note for Dark Horse to go out on. I just hope they can resolve it all in time.