I know I'm new here, and maybe this has been discussed over and over, but I've been surprised that Disney has not made any announcements (that I'm aware of) saying that they will respect EU continuity -- even basic stuff, like the identity of Luke's and Han's kids. Of course, they might have to make slight alterations especially to the EU timeline that overlaps with the time period of the ST films, but I find it troubling that Disney hasn't made any press releases stating that they will preserve even the basics of the EU universe. Right now the 1st film is in the writing phase, and I'm the type to be proactive about things. There have been over 1,000,000 messages posted in the EU literature forum and another 1,000,000 messages in the EU community forum. Companies pay attention to those kinds of numbers. We could easily prevent some top Disney studio executive who thinks he knows it all from unnecessarily making the post-ROTJ EU universe obsolete if we start a petition, flood them with emails, or begin a call-in campaign right now. I know some of you are thinking that Disney wouldn't be that dumb, but I looked at the Clone Wars forum, and on early threads, they were saying that Disney wouldn't be dumb enough to close shop on the Clone Wars in mid-story arc, and now look what happened. Then the same thing happened with Detours and 1313 (which is especially strange since it was nearing completion). Here are the email addresses they have up on the "Save the Clone Wars" thread. firstname.lastname@example.org Medianet@disney.com That thread also suggests contacting Disney via Facebook or Twitter. If anyone has better contact info, please provide it. My point of view is better safe than sorry. Right now Disney is far more powerful than the Empire. With one bad corporate decision, they can cause all of our favorite post-ROTJ EU figures to disappear in just an instant. However, if just a fraction of the people who posted those 2 million messages contact Disney, then we might be able to prevent Disney from making another huge mistake.