I admit that none of my own RPGs have advanced past the 12th level character-wise yet, but it seems to me that Force-sensitive characters (especially Jedi) are far too versatile, and powerful. Jedi: -Better at fighting than a Soldier -More convincing than a charismatic Noble (Affect Mind, Friendship) -More versatile than a Fringer (Force skills) -Stronger use of Force Points. It's really kind of disheartening. I like being non-force using classes, probably because my friends always play Force classes. I usually play Soldier/Noble/Fringer and eventually work my way to Bounty Hunter/Elite Soldier/Officer. It's frustrating because my Jedi friends always seem to be as good or better than me at whatever I choose to specialize in, as well as being excellent at everyone else. Why bother with a charismatic Noble/Officer, if a Jedi is even better at diplomatic maneuvers? And don't go telling me that Jedi have to be so careful with their powers that it balances out. Not a chance. I've played a Jedi character once, everything had a simple Force solution. It's REALLY disheartening. My Soldier (a slugthrower user) right now is excellent at Treat Injury. Big deal, my force-using pals can just use Heal Self or Heal Another. Hoo boy. I can get some diplomacy if I want, so what, they have Friendship and Affect Mind.