I got to thinking about this reading the Flynning entry for Star Wars -- somebody somewhere mentioned that Flynning might be justified by the fact lightsabers have no blade weight, no guard and are one-hit kill weapons, so fighting styles for them would be different from the norm. Now -- I think that's a good point, but at the same time I think the lightsaber styles as shown in the movies (which are meant, I suppose, to be reminiscent of oriental fencing techniques) are the wrong way to go with that sort of weapon. It's exceedingly silly that a weapon with its weight recessed entirely in the hilt, which is capable of slicing through materials harder than steel as if the were butter, would require a two-handed grip (two-handed styles are meant to lend strength to strokes by using the muscles of both arms and the entire upper body). I'd imagine a realistic fencing form with lightsabers would look more like cutlass or cavalry saber fights -- a one-handed style focused on making light stabs and cuts and keeping both your blade and your villain's as far away from your body as possible. Such a style wouldn't result in powerful strokes or parries, but you'd be much quicker bringing your weapon about so you shouldn't have much trouble finding openings in your villain's defense and ending the fight quickly. By the way, hi I'm new here.