In ROTS we finally get to see the wookie planet of Kashyyk. In 'Heir To The Empire' Timothy Zahn wrote in great detail about the planet (trees that towered into the atmosphere, cities built in the canopy - so high that you couldn't see the ground below - held up by the strength of branches). It was a realistic world where you'd expect only a Wookie to survive. In ROTS, Kashyyk mirrored the landscape of Vietnam with a few large trees. It wasn't nearly as impressive as Zahn's vision. So two questions: I was curious about how you guys felt about the look of Kashyyk in ROTS. Was it underwhelming? Or just right? Am I just nitpicking? I'm also curious as to why George didn't use more of Zahn's realistic vision of Kashyyk. I know the EU is outside the bubble of George's imagination...but you'd think that George's imagination would've come up with a better setting for the Kashyyk clone wars battle. Just my opinion.